Stow Maries Great War Aerodrome is set to host the first technology and science event, Lift Off on Sunday 17th September in Essex.
Commemorating a hundred years of technology, a range of activities, workshops and more will be taking place during the day. Talks from a range of organisations such as Bloodhound and The Royal Aeronautical Society will be in full swing as well as UKDS making a special appearance with their revolutionary drones.
WW1 AHT – known for the virtual reality stimulator will give visitors the chance to build their very own hovercraft and The British Model Flying Association will also be presenting various model aircraft and performing flying displays with the Hawker Hurricane model assembled on site.
Ian Flint – Chief Executive of Stow Maries Great War Aerodrome, said: “This event has been in the planning since our monthly Saturday STO-Kers club started to take off at the beginning of the year. We are delighted that it will be supported by many of our partnerships that have been created this year and we look forward to welcoming many new businesses from the world of science and technology to the site. This event is set to be full on fun, excitement and new experiences.”
Join Glyn Hopkin EV at the Lift Off Tech Festival in Essex on Sunday 17th September to discover the 100% electric Nissan LEAF and the e-NV200 van.
Find out more about Stow Maries’ Lift Off Tech Festival and book your tickets now.