Community Open Day at Keele


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Posted on 15 May 2013
The Keele Community Day will be a free, fun and interactive day for all ages and interests."

Keele University is set to hold an open day for the community on Sunday, June 2.

The free, fun and interactive event will give visitors the chance to learn more about the wide variety of research taking place at the University, and try a wide range of activities on the picturesque campus, including testing your health and fitness, searching for buried 'treasure', displays by the Kinglsey Falcons, a penalty shoot-out against Stoke mascot Pottermus.

Visitors will also be able to explore the historic campus and enjoy events and activities throughout the day. The day will run from 10am to 4pm.

Activities will also include visits to the University's observatory, sport taster sessions, taster sessions in Mandarin Chinese and the chance to experience the 3D animated world of the Keele Active Virtual Environment (KAVE). There are also sports taster sessions in archery, martial arts, golf and the chance to learn about Quidditch! The full programme of events will be available online soon.

There's a 'trip to the stars' in Keele inflatable planetarium, a tour of the University's observatory and the chance to 'see the Sun in a different light' and the Signal Radio music stage throughout the afternoon.

Event organiser Dee Sandom said: "The Keele Community Day will be a free, fun and interactive day for all ages and interests."


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