British Science Week takes place between 6-15 March 2020
Join us for a 10 day celebration of science, technology and maths!
For details of the Event planning,
duration and layout,
please see the schedule below:
This Isle of Wight British Science Week Event will be run on 2 separate dates:
Friday 6th March 2020
Friday 13th March 2020
11am until 8pm
Downside Community Centre, Furrlongs, Newport, Isle of Wight
If you/your organisation would be interested in holding either an Interactive Display/Workshop/Or a Presentation at this event, please contact us at:
Or check out our Events Schedule and/or fill out our Exhibitor's form.
ISLE of WIGHT
This 2-day FREE event is suitable for all ages, individuals,
community groups or school groups
Join us on Friday 6th and Friday 13th March 2020
11am - 8pm
At Downside Community Centre, Furrlongs, Newport,
Isle of Wight
FREE Hands-on 'Scientastic' Displays led by these amazing organisations...
Pan Together is the charity which runs the volunteer lead Downside Community Centre, Furrlongs, Newport and includes the Isobel Community Cafe. The Centre is hosting British Science Week 2020 Festival of Citizen Science here on the Isle of Wight!
POA Learning co-ordinates trade union education and lifelong learning opportunities for all Prison and Secure Hospital employees, members of associated
unions, friends, family and local communities.
At the Isle of Wight POA Learning Centre we have a warm and inviting approach to learning and the centre is open and accessible to all.
Anyone can become a Citizen Scientist!!
We aim to encourage people of all ages and abilities to become Citizen Scientists by organising
Isle of Wight
Ignite your inner Scientist
science based events and workshops for Isle of Wight community groups and organisations to inspire participants
to become Citizen Scientists or Scientists of the future.
Discover the incredible world of Animation!
using only a your mobile phone, easy to use
TimeSlide Studios encourages everyone to discover and experiment with animation,
accessible software and where imagination has
no bounds, so join us to infinity and beyond into the
weird and wonderful world of animation..
WARNING: Anything can happen!!
Dinosaur Isle is an all-year-round facility, combining entertainment, education and enjoyment. Displays use clever lighting,
artwork, sound, smells and animatronic
technology to create an exciting experience.
Our aim is to increase public awareness of the international importance of the Isle of Wight's diverse geology and palaeontology.
No single centre exists where the extensive
history of aviation on the Isle of Wight
can be exhibited, seen and experienced by
the public. Working in partnership with our
member groups and with support from the public,
our aim is to convert one of the aircraft hangars at Sandown Airport to create the Wight Aviation Museum. This will allow us to display our current exhibits and build our collection for the future.
The Island Planetarium offers a fascinating journey through time & space; stimulating your imagination & mind, in our Astrodome theatre & exhibition.
From the Wonders of the Solar System to the beauty of the depths of spaces, come with us on a journey through Space and Time in either our Fulldome or more traditional Planetarium Shows!
Dimbola was the home of the celebrated
Victorian photographer Julia Margaret Cameron.
It is now a Museum and Gallery dedicated to her life and work, which also showcases contemporary exhibitions from photographers around the globe.
New Exhibitors will be added here on receipt of confirmation