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Met Office Stall

The brilliant Dr Laura Burgin (Manager in International Applied Science at the Met Office) will be joining the Festival of St Thomas Stories. Having lived in St Thomas for 8 years Laura is looking forward to meeting more of her neighbours and hearing about all the fantastic activities happening on her doorstep, as well as bringing one of the activities herself – the Met Office Stall.

The stall caters for all ages where families and children can take part in a variety of hands-on activities including making your very own cloud! There’s also a drawing activity based around imagining how the climate might change for children in different countries, a Galton board for exploring probability distributions, a card game for seeing how temperatures have changed over time, and a water balloon game for learning about the heat capacity of oceans…

Given the themes of our new show, River Land, which explores climate change and how this might affect our local environment we can’t wait to meet Laura, ask our burning questions, and have a play with all the things the stall has to offer too…

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