Welcome to the first ever Welsh Dark Skies Week! - (February 19th-27th, 2022)
We are proud to be working together with the whole protected landscape family in Wales to bring to you a week of online and in person events around the country.
Together, the National Parks and Area’s of Outstanding Natural Beauty are all working hard to raise awareness of light pollution and how this impacts not just our view to the stars, but also our wildlife and health. We would love for you to join us on our journey around Wales’s protected landscapes to learn more about the work that is going on there to protect our Dark Skies and what you could do to help.
Do you want to win an interactive globe of Mars for your school?
As part of the Wales Dark Skies Week we're inviting primary school pupils from across Wales to build a model of one of the planets or our solar system!
Once you have completed your model, please send a picture to email@example.com with your name and the primary school you attend and you will be in with a chance of winning this fantastic Mars interactive globe and educational package for your primary school!
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