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What have rocks ever done for us?

Wednesday, 19 March, 2014 - 10:00 to 12:00
Glenada Holidy & Conference Centre
29 S. Promenade
Newcastle
Down
BT33 0EX
United Kingdom
The activity workshops, aimed at P6/P7 or 5th/6th class pupils, will use a range of hands-on activities designed to look at the overall question of how rocks have influenced our lives as well as teach them about their local geology and landscape.
Booking details: 
Booking will open on Monday 24th February and the places will be offered on a first come first served basis. Each workshop can cater for 60 pupils. To book a place call or email using the details provided.
Category: 
Earth Science
Age group: 
Primary schools
Contact details
Alison
Henderson
Public
alison.henderson@newryandmourne.gov.uk
028 3025 6653
Twitter: 
www.twitter.com/MCGGeotourism
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