These activities are only bookable in advance, online.
Are you aged between 8 and 14 years? Ready to try something new, active and different?
Come and join us at Sto-KERS at Stow Maries Great War Aerodrome near Maldon on the first Saturday of each month.
Sto-KERS is an exciting opportunity to explore and enjoy a variety of activities linked by the theme of ‘flight’!
From simple paper planes to building a series of ‘build and fly’ models, from creating gliders and rockets through to the latest technology used in the radio control of model planes - we’ll be on an epic journey of discovery and we want you to come with us. Our highly celebrated sessions are very popular - please book online to confirm your place.
For regular Sto-KERS, there will be opportunities to learn to fly drones and models using flight simulators and dual control systems! Each Saturday session will be a series of ‘stand-alone’ activities but Sto-KERS joining us on a more regular basis will be able to tailor a project to match their own interests.
The unique collection of aircraft on site will also offer the opportunity to get up close and discover more about the history and development of flight.
Date for 2020 are:
7th March 2020
4th April 2020
2nd May 2020
Sessions will run from 10:00 till 15:00 and the cost will be £5:00 per child plus the standard £8:00 entrance for the accompanying adult.
The café will be open for hot food, snacks and drinks. Adults are very welcome to take part in some or all the activities alongside their charge/s or they may wish to use the time to visit the museum, take a guided tour or simply explore the rest of the site, but must remain contactable for the duration of the session.
Whilst all our adult supervisors are fully DBS certified each child remains the responsibility of the accompanying adult and for that reason we would like you to remain on site for the duration the activities.
We look forward to seeing you at Sto-KERS soon.
To book click: Event Bookings
About Stow Maries Great War Aerodrome in Essex
Stow Maries Great War Aerodrome was established in September 1916 as a base for 37 (Home Defence) Squadron, Royal Flying Corps, which also operated from aerodromes at Rochford (today London Southend International Airport) and Goldhanger (long since disappeared).
Now a major conservation project is under way at Stow Maries with the objectives of preserving the fabric of Stow Maries World War One Aerodrome for the public benefit and advancing the education of the public in the history of the aerodrome, World War One and the natural history of the surrounding countryside.