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Focas Fest at Wildheart Animal Sanctuary

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Focas Fest at Wildheart Animal Sanctuary

If your kids love the natural world, science or simply love the great outdoors then the new, FOCAS FEST, is definitely not to be missed!

This festival provides a fantastic opportunity for kids to immerse themselves in our world of wonder. The Sanctuary together with the Wonderseekers charity (Winchester Science Museum) and a collection of over 20 interactive exhibitors will be bringing conservation and the science behind it to life in a really fun and imaginative way. This will be coupled with our fab animal talks, encounters and some exciting live demonstrations.

Join them on Saturday 1st July to enjoy some of the fun we have lined up…

Find our how to help rescue a beached dolphin
Learn how to make a bug hotel, plant seagrass and make wool
Explore the old and new worlds of dinosaurs and underwater robots
Learn more about our natural world, hedgehogs, birds, bugs and bats
Step into the secret and scientific world of Gases
Explore the skies with telescopes
Meet swimmer and ocean activist, Oly Rush and his Plesiosaur

And most importantly, find ways you can help save our wildlife and our planet.

The aim of FOCAS FEST is to make science and conservation accessible to all, so tickets are just £2.50 per person. You will need to book your tickets online for either the morning or afternoon session.
Morning session – 9:30am to 1pm
Afternoon session – 1:30pm to 5pm

Booking for this event is online only, and there is limited availability so please book early to avoid disappointment.

For more information on the events of the day, visit their website
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To find out more about Wildheart Animal Sanctuary click here
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