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LISTEN: Science and art come alive at Innovate Guildford

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LISTEN: Science and art come alive at Innovate Guildford

Published at 12:21pm 19th March 2019.

Innovate Guildford is back for its fourth year on Saturday (23 March) at G Live.

With exhibitors from across the local area, Innovate Guildford aims to inspire and delight people of all ages.

There’s plenty for kids to do and all of the event is completely free.

Find out more from Councillors Gordon Jackson and Nikki Nelson Smith:

Cllr Paul Spooner, Leader of the Council said:

"Innovate Guildford is a fantastic free day out for all the family.

"Guildford is a centre for innovation and it's great to see so many local companies taking part to showcase their projects and inspire the next generation."

Among the exhibitors this year are Surrey Satellite Technology, The Pirbright Institute, a pop-up Planetarium and the Academy of Contemporary Music.

Visitors will be able to book for the small number of ticketed events, including photo workshops from Sharp Shots, when they arrive at the venue.

There is also a special treat for computer gamers – Guildford’s based game company Media Molecule will be at the show with brand new entertainment.

The University of Surrey are taking part in this year's event, showcasing some of the inspirational things they are achieving at the forefront of research and technology.

The event will run from 10am to 5pm at G Live on Saturday (23 March).

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