Dangerous Dads go ballistic with Silly Science Day

When: 14.10.2017

Following the success of this summer’s activities, which included an overnight camp, a Minibeast Safari at Stover Park and making bows and arrows, the next Bovey Tracey Dangerous Dads event will really be taking off on Saturday 14th October.

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Saturday 14th October  2017

Time: 1 - 4pm

Venue: St Catherines School, Musket Road, Heathfield, Bovey Tracey. TQ12 6SB

Cost: by donation


This time the daring dads and their children will be doing amazing science experiments, including making water-powered rockets and pocket rockets.

Co-ordinator Dan Best said ‘At the Silly Science event we are going to be doing a range of daft science experiments using household items, such as bicarbonate of soda, vinegar, toothpaste, sweets and coke, as well as building rockets and setting them off. Please bring a 2 litre bottle of a fizzy drink, like Diet Coke.  There’s no need to book, just turn up. We are always open to new dads and carers – so why not come along and have some fun with the children. Also, the website and our Facebook page tells you more about what we’re planning for the year ahead.’

The  event is free but the organisers are asking for a donation. As ever, the event is for dads, granddads & other male carers, accompanied by their children aged up to 10 years old.

contact: Dan  07905 765263


Dangerous Dads Totnes is part of The Dangerous Dads Network and is supported by Action for Children and the Big Lottery Awards for All programme.


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