Stars and space for chil­dren to ex­plore and draw


Uxbridge Gazette - - News -

LAST week­end brought so­lar fun and ac­tiv­i­ties at intu Uxbridge, with a pop-up planetarium in the cen­tre for chil­dren of all ages to en­joy a ce­les­tial dis­play of light ef­fects.

In­side the planetarium, vis­i­tors were treated to a vis­ual ex­plo­sion of colours and pat­terns be­fore cre­at­ing their own draw­ings in­spired by the dis­plays.

Natasha House, mar­ket­ing man­ager at intu Uxbridge said: “The planetarium re­ally does take you to an­other di­men­sion – we had ev­ery­one from 0-99 climb­ing in­side to take a look!”

Fam­i­lies who visit intu Uxbridge are set to get more ben­e­fits from Satur­day May 26, when the new fam­ily club is launch­ing for lit­tle kids and big­ger kids too.

The club will pro­vide a whole host of ex­clu­sive ben­e­fits, gifts, in­spi­ra­tional ideas and op­por­tu­ni­ties to en­joy qual­ity time to­gether as a fam­ily with intu.

For more in­for­ma­tion on the new intu fam­ily club, events, news and shop­ping at the High Street-based cen­tre, visit intu.

Kids were able to visit the planetarium and then cre­ate their own space-in­spired art­work

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