A science centre in Bracknell is hosting an array of activities for families to have fun and learn this summer. 

The Look Out Discovery Centre on Nine Mile Road will be hosting the new space ranger workshops – inspired by the new Disney and Pixar film Lightyear – to answer some of the big questions about space, undergo space ranger training and launch a rocket. 

As well as the workshops, Discovery Centre boasts a multi-story science exhibition with interactive activities, which include sending a hot air balloon skyward, creating an electrical circuit, playing with boats in the indoor stream and meeting some wild insects, amphibians and reptiles. 

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Bracknell Forest Council’s executive member for culture, delivery and public protection, Cllr John Harrison, encouraged families to participate in the “exciting activities” and “treat themselves” at the Woodlarks Café. 

“Although schools are closed for the summer, learning doesn’t have to stop and it can still be fun," he added. 

Tickets can be purchased from as little as £1.95 each from the centre’s website, where visitors can also plan their day.