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September 2018
14
September
10:00 am — 5:00 pm
@ Lanchester Interactive Archive space
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Heritage Open Day 2018

The Lanchester archive collection will be available for study, as part of the National Heritage Open Days Come and see the original archive items, including Fred Lanchester’s notebooks and sketch-books, or peruse the volumes of correspondence to get a glimpse of a time when the hand-written letter was the only form of communication. We’ll also have hands on activities for all ages.

15
September
10:00 am — 4:00 pm
@ Lanchester Interactive Archive space
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Using augmented reality

Heritage Open Day 2018

The Lanchester archive collection will be available for study, as part of the National Heritage Open Days Come and see the original archive items, including Fred Lanchester’s notebooks and sketch-books, or peruse the volumes of correspondence to get a glimpse of a time when the hand-written letter was the only form of communication. We’ll also have hands on activities for all ages.

16
September
10:00 am — 4:00 pm
@ Lanchester Interactive Archive space
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Heritage Open Day 2018

The Lanchester archive collection will be available for study, as part of the National Heritage Open Days Come and see the original archive items, including Fred Lanchester’s notebooks and sketch-books, or peruse the volumes of correspondence to get a glimpse of a time when the hand-written letter was the only form of communication. We’ll also have hands on activities for all ages.

October 2018
13
October
All Day
@ Olton Library
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Olton Library local history exhibition

This exhibition tells the story of Frederick Lanchester and his close links to Olton where he lived and worked testing his theories of flight with gliders that flew spectularly from nearby St Bernards Road. At the same time he was also testing an engine in what became Britain’s first motorboat that was destined to power the first all-British four-wheeled petrol motor car built in 1895. Find out more about Fred and his brothers Frank and George and why they became…

20
October
12:00 pm — 1:00 pm
@ Olton Library
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Olton Library local history talk

  This talk tells the story of Frederick Lanchester and his close links to Olton where he lived and worked testing his theories of flight with gliders that flew spectularly from nearby St Bernards Road. At the same time he was also testing an engine in what became Britain’s first motorboat that was destined to power the first all-British four-wheeled petrol motor car built in 1895. Find out more about Fred and his brothers Frank and George and why they…

26
October
2:00 pm — 3:00 pm
@ Coventry Central Library
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Coventry Libraries Digital Expo Vol 3: e-Reader Cafe

Join us at Coventry Central Library for an e-Reader Cafe where we can show you some amazing augmented reality and games that you can use for free on your tablet or phone.

November 2018
09
November
10:00 am — 6:30 pm
@ Birmingham NEC
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NEC Classic Motor Show – Day 1

We’ll be at the NEC for the Classic Motor Show from the 9-11 November, with games, augmented reality, a chance to look into the online archive and a very special car.

10
November
9:00 am — 6:30 pm
@ Birmingham NEC
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NEC Classic Motor Show – Day 2

We’ll be at the NEC for the Classic Motor Show from the 9-11 November, with games, augmented reality, a chance to look into the online archive and a very special car.

11
November
9:00 am — 5:30 pm
@ Birmingham NEC
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NEC Classic Motor Show – Day 3

We’ll be at the NEC for the Classic Motor Show from the 9-11 November, with games, augmented reality, a chance to look into the online archive and a very special car.

13
November
4:00 pm — 6:30 pm
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ASE Primary Teach Meet

Free Science CPD for primary teachers students after school. What is a teach meet? A group of teachers and anyone concerned with education swapping ideas which enthuse pupils and teachers about science. Anyone can contribute – usual, length of time is 4 minutes. So you could tell us your thought on good books to have, best websites as well as quickly demonstrate some effective science activities. We would particularly welcome any contributions particularly by students, TAs and teachers from the…

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