Today we are joined by the big bug roadshow that was last seen at the Glastonbury Festival! Come and meet the Sex and Bugs roadies and their dung beetle friends and take part in some great games. Can you guess how long different animals can go without a drink or tell us which is the alien […]Read more "Sex and Bugs and Campus in the City"
We had a fantastic day yesterday exploring health inequalities and ways of staying fit and well in communities with a team of Lancaster University, Liverpool University and NHS researchers. They built a a mini community inside the shop, complete with a university which offered speed talks, a playground with giant snakes and ladders, a shop […]Read more "A Walk in the Park"
Today we had a great day with Green Lancaster, the Students’ Union project which aims to promote greener living, recycling and sustainability in food by undertaking various activities on campus. They joined us today to promote awareness of their grow and pick your own areas on campus, which are free for anyone to use, and […]Read more "Green Lancaster"
Assistance dogs save lives! Tomorrow evening, we will be joined by a student team from the Lancaster University Management School who are raising awareness and funds for Dogs for Good, a charity that provides assistance dogs to people with a variety of complex needs and disabilities. During the course of the evening, we will be hearing […]Read more "Dogs For Good"
At Campus in the City, we’re happy to discuss the big questions and today we are taking part in the Uk-wide Dying Matters Awareness Week with the university’s International Observatory for End of Life Care. Come in and get advice on making plans, tell us what your superhero career looks like, take part in our […]Read more "The Big Conversation"
And a very busy week it’s shaping up to be… We will be beginning the week by participating in the national Dying Matters Awareness Week with a team from the Medical School’s Observatory for End of Life Care. On Tuesday 10th May, we will be talking planning, superhero care teams, bucket lists and more. We’ll […]Read more "We’re in Week 9!"
Today we have been joined by a team from the Department of History and their very special edition of Minecraft. Called ‘Lakescraft’, it is designed to map the Lake Distrct as closely as possible, and visitors are being asked to add to the landscape, design their ideal lake and build the things they’d like to […]Read more "#Lakescraft"