Norwich science centre's scrapbox challenge to families
Kim BriscoeA Norwich science centre will be holding a scrapbox family challenge this Sunday.Kim Briscoe
A Norwich science centre will be holding a scrapbox family challenge this Sunday.
The session at Inspire Discovery Centre will see families given a task to invent something out of seemingly useless items.
Families will be given an introduction explaining what they need to make and give them some general pointers.
They will then get 20 minutes to hunt for their supplies and another hour to invent. The inventions will then be tested by the Inspire team to see who managed to create a working machine.
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The session at the Oak Street centre begins at 11.30am and will end at 1pm on Sunday, April 11.
Prices are �3 for adults and �5 for children. This price includes entry to the centre and entry to the scrapbox challenge event.
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More details are available by calling Inspire on 01603 612612 or going to the website at www.inspirediscoverycentre.com.