Staffordshire Invertebrate Science Fair is a not-for-profit free event aimed at raising awareness of native invertebrates, whilst being fun and educational to enquiring minds of any age.
Family friendly and targeted at beginners, amateurs and people with a blossoming interest in wildlife conservation but do not know where or how to start. Our volunteers can offer advice and introduce you to many of the charities and societies involved in invertebrate conservation, including the Staffordshire Invertebrate Group, Buglife, Butterfly Conservation and many others.
There is a host of stalls and talks on offer. Many of the stalls are interactive, especially targeted at children. So while you read some display material or chat to society members, the kids can be kept entertained and busy with a range of activities from pond-dipping and book readings to looking at bees or flies under a microscope or tasting honey from straight from a bee hive!
The event is free to attend, there is free car parking available, and a cafe can be found on site.