What is the Nottingham Festival of Science & Curiosity?
‘It’s a festival that takes Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths out of the lab and into our everyday lives. The festival is about inviting the people of Nottingham to share not only what they know, but also what they would like to know; it’s about celebrating curiosity, asking questions and taking a leading role in finding out the answers’ – Notts FOSAC
This year, as part of the Nottingham Festival of Science & Curiosity, Wollaton Hall & Deer Park, Newstead Abbey & Gardens and locations around Nottingham have been working with Ignite and Notts TV to bring you the festival online, in the comfort of your own home, with the help of ‘Wollaton Watch’.
Daily entertainment about wildlife and the environment across Nottinghamshire, ideal for kids at home being homeschooled, or for anyone interested in a look around the newly refurbished bird and fish room galleries of Wollaton Hall.
Check out the series of free hour-long programmes delivered to you live each evening between Monday 8th – Friday 12th February.
The streams will showcase footage from nature around Nottinghamshire as well as contributions from young people, schools and wildlife volunteers celebrating and protecting the environment in our county. They will include live demonstrations and activities for you to take part in at home, and the opportunity to send in your photos and videos of nature near you.
You can get involved by sending in your photos and videos to email@example.com or use #WollatonWatch on social media.
Find out more at the Nottingham Festival of Science & Curiosity website and check out their range of events delivered across the city!
Episode 1: Wildlife in Nottinghamshire
Episode 2: Taxidermy, planting & birds
Episode 3: Stargazing on the roof & Sherwood observatory
Episode 4: Newstead Abbey and reflections & nature across Nottinghamshire
Episode 5: Nottingham’s Industrial Museum & birds