African Oye Festival

Institute of Physics

The African Oye festival is held in Sefton Park, Liverpool over the weekend 16th June & 17th June.  The Institute of Physics and the STFC at Daresbury are combining to show physics activites.  The IOP needs vomunteers to help demonstrate Physics in the Field - type activites (simply physics hands-on activities).  The event runs from 12.30 to 21.30 on each day and volunteers who are able to attend both days, one day or part of a day are welcome.

Expected outcomes

Positive engagement with members of the public (all ages and with or without science knowledge).

To book this activity, please contact:
Harold Stockdale
harold.stockdale@ntlworld.com

Sefton Park
Croxteth Drive/Mossley Hill Drive
L17 3AD Liverpool
England

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