National Trust 2012 Science Show hosted by Lagan College, Saturday 28 January 11am-5pm, is guaranteed to amaze and excite the whole family with workshops and hands on activity from National Trust, Armagh Planetarium and GRAHAM Construction.

Marvel at the amazing show in the StarDome portable Planetarium, with a presenter from the Armagh Planetarium.

Be inspired by National Trust’s Geology Rocks, with the Divis and Black Mountain Warden, Go Wild Workshops, Go Potty Planting, Buzzing about with a Gardener and why not even meet the traditional Spade Maker.

Awe at the Flashes, Bangs and Explosions, fun in the science department with Lagan College and make building fun with Demos with Graham Construction.

Angela Watson, Visitor Services Manager from National Trust’s Belfast Properties, said:

“This is the first time we have held an event of this nature and we are delighted to be working in partnership with the local community, in particular, Lagan College, Armagh Planetarium & Graham Construction, who are all keen in getting kids interested in science.”

Nuala Griffiths, Community Liaison Officer, GRAHAM Construction, added:

GRAHAM Construction is  pleased to support this very worthwhile event and to work in partnership with the National Trust, Lagan College and the Armagh Planetarium to help create more awareness on the importance of science in the working world”.

There is a small charge of £2 per adults and under 16’s are free, so pop along and get involved in making Science fun!

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