he University of Exeter will be hosting a community day as part of their Diamond Jubilee celebrations this year.
The event will be hosted at the University’s Streatham campus on Sunday the 12th March, from midday until 4pm.
Activities for all ages will be available, and the general public can attend at no cost, with free entry and parking.
On the day of the event, campus will be split into five different zones to divide out the activities, each consisting of information points.
Activities will include face painting, bouncy castles, a treasure hunt, cake decorating sessions, workshops and a unique performance from the University Flute Choir.
An opportunity to explore the campus gardens will be available through an organised tour, as well as the chance to attend the campus cinema.
A First Aid stall will be situated in the forum, provided by the St. John’s Ambulance Service. The information desk in the forum will also be available for the duration of the day for any queries, and will be the lost property collection point.
Children are advised to wear a wristband that will outline their parents’ contact details, helping event ambassadors to guide any lost children back to their parents.
Guests will be able to find out more about the research conducted at the University, along with the positive impact it has on the community as a whole.
Disabled accessibility will be provided throughout the event.