Monday, 22 February 2016
British Science Week
On the 18th of March we are holding an event about flooding.
We had been watching the news before Christmas and over the past year and were getting worried about flooding because Kings Lynn and most of West Norfolk is mostly at sea level or only a little bit above it.
We decided to do some research, some of our members remembered the flood in 1953 and nearly everyone remembered the 1978 flood in Lynn.
If you would like to come please email us or phone on 0754 214 7268.
We will be doing a report on the day and publishing our papers at the event, keep watching here and we will put them up.
OUR WORLD OUR LIVES
Flooding in the news, flooding in our lives
Friday 18th March 2016
10.00 – 12.00
7th Kings Lynn Scout Hut
Members of West Norfolk Self Advocacy Project are people with learning disabilities and mental health issues. We have been researching the wetland, coast and waterways in West Norfolk. This event will be to show everyone what we have found, the photos of the places we have visited and some information we have gathered
About British Science Week:
British Science Week is a ten day celebration of the best of British science, technology, engineering and maths - featuring fascinating, entertaining and engaging events across the UK. To plan, register or attend an event, visit: www.britishscienceweek.org British Science Week is organised by the British Science Association; funded by the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills; and supports the Your Life campaign (www.yourlife.org.uk).