Join Bedford and Milton Keynes Astronomical Societies and The British Science Association Milton Keynes Branch, in the historic grounds of Bletchley Park on Saturday to discover the night sky.
From 7pm – 9pm experts will be on hand to help identify constellations and answer questions to get you started. There will also be hands on indoor and outdoor activities as well as a selection of short talks in the Mansion Ballroom, including:
Getting Started In Amateur Astronomy.
Night Time Photography.
Daniel Dyer the event organiser said, “We are really excited to be coming to Bletchley Park and hope to encourage people of all ages to take an interest in Astronomy, some of our group have been doing this for years, but we also have a number of first timers. We welcome everyone from enthusiasts to people who just want to know what the constellation was that was once mentioned by their dad. For the best stargazing we are hoping for a clear night, the down side to this is it will mean a cold night, so make sure you wrap up warm”.
The event is free to attend and tea and coffee will be available for a small donation. Parking is available on from 6.30pm. No booking required.