Educational science kits which includes animation and solar. This interactive stand will include making a free simple toy that you can make and take home.
Celebrating 150 years of the periodic table our new game tells a story of the Elements and their powers using superhero images that will draw in the next generation of budding scientists.
An incredible range of tools to observe the micro and macro cosmos which are available from our online shop or visit us by appointment.
A leading amateur astronomy magazine published in the UK every month.
Leading UK telescopespecialists for Astronomy.
Broadhurst Clarkson and Fuller
Broadhurst Clarkson and Fuller are one of the oldest telescope companies still in existence having been founded in 1750. Whilst the company has seen many changes over its 269 years, current owner Steve Collingwood still operates the workshop today. The astronomy festival will be the first public outing for the company since Steve took over, and there is not a more fitting event to get things started with.
Eastbourne Astronomy Society was founded in 1960 with the help of Sir Patrick Moore. It now has over 100 members.
East Sussex AS
Base in Pebsham, Bexhill-on-sea, ESAS holds regular meetings and has its own observatory which is available for members to use.
A small astronomical group based in the Wealden area of East Sussex who are working to promote astronomy.
A group f ordinary people, curious about the wonders of space, who meet regularly to discuss the Universe, exchange knowledge and gaze at the stars.
Get hands-on to discover some of the research being carried out by astronomers at the nearby University of Sussex in Brighton, from gravitational lensing to the Webb space telescope, and how we look for supernova using an observatory in Canada... that is 2km underground!
Members of the Amateur Radio Group O will be on site during the days of the festival, operating from their Shack alongside the camping area. Visitors are welcome.