Science and Nature workshops
  • Radford Woods, Plymstock, Plymouth

  • Radford Woods, Plymstock, Plymouth

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Plymouth University is looking for volunteers to take part in a fun, interactive morning of workshops at Radford Woods Local Nature Reserve.

The workshops will be run by final year biology students who have designed science activities to help people learn about plants, animals and the environment. The activities are educational and fun, and also contribute to the collection of scientific data. By taking part, you will also be helping students with their course so they can trial and improve the activities they have developed.

There will be six or more short activities to try out, each looking at different aspects of science and nature. It is free to take part and refreshments will be provided. You are welcome to join us for one or both days - the activities will be different each time. 

Adults and children welcome (all children must be accompanied by an adult). Contact Alison Smith to register your interest (email: alison.smith@plymouth.ac.uk / tel: 07954 683869).

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About Plymouth Woodland Project

The Plymouth Woodland Project is a Citizen Science project, funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund and run by the School of Biological Sciences at Plymouth University. The project began in September 2013 and will run for two years.

Mission Statement
To create a sustainable future for Plymouth's woodlands by involving schools and communities in monitoring local woodland ecology, providing a wealth of important data to woodland managers whilst also inspiring learning and exploration of the natural world.

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