Hello! Knowle West weekend at We the Curious

Photo Daniel Watkiss. Courtesy of We the Curious.

Main picture: Paul Blakemore.

A family fun weekend for people who live in Knowle West or have children who go to school in the area is taking place at Bristol’s We the Curious science centre this month.

Hello! Knowle West will be a chance for families and community groups to discover We The Curious for free during the last weekend of September.

All ages are welcome to join in with a whole range of interactive activities which include storytelling, hands-on exhibits and the chance to gaze at the stars inside the Planetarium.

Photo Paul Blakemore. Courtesy of We the Curious.

To qualify for free entry, visitors must bring and complete the Hello! Knowle West flyer which is being distributed through local community groups and schools.

Local people can also print out a digital version of the flyer and the centre will also have spare copies on the Welcome Desk.  Admission will be refused if the venue reaches capacity.

The ticket for the day means people can leave or re-enter the venue if they wish and an indoor picnic area is available for people who wish to bring their own food.

Hello! Community Weekends are part of We The Curious’ Community Engagement programme. As a charity,  they say their vision is to ‘create a culture of curiosity’.

Hello! Knowle West will take place at We the Curious on Millennium Square in the city centre on 29 and 30 September.  For any questions about the weekend or to add your community-based organisation to the mailing list e-mail community@wethecurious.org or call 0117 915 1000.

For more information about the interactive science centre visit www.wethecurious.org  

To download the flyer click here: Hello Knowle West