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Norwich Research Park, Norwich
The University Of East Anglia - running various lectures for all ages and holding our graduation ceremonies in partnership with the Outreach team.
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2018 UEA Christmas Lectures for Children: Mudlarks & Monarchs
SATURDAY 15 DEC 2018 10am – 12noon Glorious Mud! with DR BRIAN REID Mud, earth, soil; something dirty to wash from our hands before we eat. Yet, without it, we would have very little to eat. Soils support the production of most of our food; we need to protect and nurture them. Join us on a journey where we will explore the incredible services provided by soils. Along the way we will squelch our way through different types of mud; experiment with soils; measure soil properties; quantify soil processes, and; discover soil is alive! Putting on a Pageant: Norwich 1578 with PROFESSOR MATTHEW WOODCOCK Queen Elizabeth I is coming to Norwich! Join us as we travel back to 1578 and discover how the people of Tudor Norwich prepared the city for a royal visit, and how they went about welcoming the Queen when she arrived. Find out how the Tudors put on a pageant involving drama, speeches, music, costumes and dancing fairies. Learn how they celebrated queenship, diversity and civic pride in the streets of Norwich. If you thought that modern royal events look lavish and spectacular, then think again! FREE ADMISSION By ticket only TICKETS Book online at uea.ac.uk/events MORE INFO events@uea.ac.uk 01603 592130 ALL WELCOME Recommended for ages 7+ (children must be accompanied by an adult) uea.ac.uk/events Aims and objectives: • To introduce 8-14 yr olds to areas of university research (broaden horizons) • To bring 8-14 yr olds on to campus to experience a taste of being a university student (raise aspirations) • To deliver an engaging learning experience which compliments, and where possible, extends classroom learning
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Age Range: 7 - 14
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