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November 2013

Martin Mere Astronomy Evening: November 2013

Friday, 15th November 2013 @ 19:00 - 21:00 GMT
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One event on Saturday, 11th January 2014 at 19:00

One event on Saturday, 22nd March 2014 at 19:00

WWT Martin Mere Wetland Centre, Fish Lane
Burscough, Lancashire L40 0TA United Kingdom
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Astronomy Evening Martin Mere has formed a partnership with Liverpool Astronomical Society and Astronomia to offer a special astronomy evenings in November, January and March. What is the event? The event will start at 7pm and finish at 9pm on Friday 15 November, Saturday 11 January and Saturday 22 March, and will include special talks entitled: "Tour of the Universe" and "How to choose your first telescope", before having the opportunity to look through telescopes and look into the wonders…

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