NEWCASTLE UPON TYNE

Sense Explorers

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Sense Explorers
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We use our senses every day. But have you ever used them to make places better?

Engage your five senses with researcher Sean Peacock as you explore Ouseburn Valley and create some exciting ideas to make it an even better place to be. You will also be given some experimental technology to help you along the way.

The first hour of the workshop will involve a short walk around the Ouseburn (weather dependent) and the second hour will focus on crafty activities indoors, where the Sense Explorers will work in teams to bring their ideas to life. There will also be a short break with light refreshments provided.  Produced in partnership with Newcastle University

Two-hour creative workshop for 8+ (children may attend on their own provided mobile phone number of carer is left with Reception). 

Free, booking essential.

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  • Literary

it's a two hour creative workshop exploring your every day senses.

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Venue details

  • 30
  • Lime St.
  • NEWCASTLE UPON TYNE
  • Tyne and Wear
  • NE1 2PQ

  • FREE
    NEWCASTLE UPON TYNE

    Sense Explorers

    30 July 2019
    30

    We use our senses every day. But have you ever used them to make places better?

    8 - 16 years
  • FREE
    NEWCASTLE UPON TYNE

    Sense Explorers

    06 August 2019
    30

    We use our senses every day. But have you ever used them to make places better?

    8 - 16 years
  • FREE
    NEWCASTLE UPON TYNE

    Sense Explorers

    13 August 2019
    30

    We use our senses every day. But have you ever used them to make places better?

    8 - 16 years

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