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Earth Hour Family Fun Day

Saturday 25th March

12:30pm - 4:00pm 

Join us at the Living Planet Centre for an afternoon of Earth Hour themed activities. Come and listen to our fantastic storyteller, take part in our craft activities and explore the wonderful ways in which you and your family can help save our beautiful planet! Why not get your face painted as your favourite animal too?

Our stories are taking place at 1pm, 1.45pm, 2.30pm and 3.15pm. Book your space by clicking the below button; please ensure you arrive at least 10 minutes beforehand to avoid missing any of the story.

We look forward to seeing you for a day of fun!

Free entry

Kindly supported by Sainsburys, Woking

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Wednesday 22nd March 2017

Ashley Cooper has been a man on an incredible mission for the past 13 years, he is the only photographer to have documented climate change and renewable energy on every continent on the planet; creating the only existing photo catalogue of climate change impacts worldwide.

He’s photographed everything from stunning landscapes, sceneries, species and people - all of which have seen the devastating effects of our warming planet first hand. His work hasn’t gone un-noticed and in 2010 he received the prestigious Environmental Photographer of the Year Award.

In his latest mission, he’ll be venturing all the way to Woking to share some of his inspiring stories and images.


Doors open from 6.00pm

Talk will take place 6.30-7:30pm

Ticket price: £6 (plus booking fee), to include a glass of wine on arrival

This talk is taking place as part of WWF UK’s Earth Hour campaign. 


At the Water’s Edge: What's the Future for the World’s Rivers?

Wednesday 26th April 2017

So the world is facing a water crisis, or so the media headlines tell us. What does it have to do with you, and what can you do to help?

Join us at WWF's Living Planet Centre to hear from Dr Dave Tickner, the Chief Freshwater Adviser at WWF. Dave will explore the nature and causes of the world's water challenges and discuss the way in which these challenges are affecting people, economies and wildlife.

He will also point to ways in which governments and businesses can ensure a sustainable water future. And he'll describe some surprising ways in which water affects our lives, and suggest what we can do to help tackle one of the world's great 21st Century challenges.


Doors from 6.15pm

Talk starts at 6.30pm until 7.30pm

Free to attend

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Useful Information

Please note that in the busy school holiday periods the workshops and the car park underneath the building can become full quickly. Please book onto your chosen workshop and arrive in good time to avoid disappointment.  

If you do arrive early, you can enjoy our fantastic WWF Experience interactive exhibition while you wait.