A program of talks open to the public is being arranged to complement our objective of preserving and protecting the South Downs National Park. Our aim is to update our members and supporters of our campaigns and activities.
South Downs Planterium & Science Centre
What can you see in the autumn night skies over the South Downs National Park?
We are delighted to announce a talk at the planetarium in Chichester by Dr John Mason, about the beautiful stars that you can spot in the South Downs National Park.
The South Downs Planetarium Trust is run by a dedicated team of volunteers and astronomy enthusiasts who have a passion for science and education and believe that learning should be fun! The South Downs Planetarium was opened to the public in 2001 and is one of the largest planetaria in the British Isles.
The talk will take place at
South Downs Planaterium & Science Centre, Sir Patrick Moore Building, Kingsham Farm, Kingsham Road, Chichester, West Sussex PO19 8AE
Wednesday 19th September 2018 | 1.45pm – 4.00pm
Tickets are £8.00 to include tea and coffee afterwards
(Please note: numbers are limited, so book early if you would like to attend)
Come and join us at what promises to be a great event!
If you have any question please CONTACT US. You can also telephone us on 01798 875073 (Mon -Wed 8.30am-1.30pm).