The National Space Centre is looking for the Face of Space!
The National Space Centre is looking for families to join them for a very special evening of photography.
The Centre is throwing the doors open and inviting people to come along and be photographed enjoying a visit with their family on 9th May, 17:00-20:00.
Children aged 8-16, grandparents, parents and guardians are all welcome.
There will be two professional photographers grabbing shots, which will be shared with participants after the event.
Images from the night will be used on leaflets, adverts and marketing materials for the award winning visitor attraction, so your photo could be seen on over 300,000 leaflets, the side of a bus or even a billboard.
Malika Andress, Head of Marketing at the National Space Centre, said; “We really want to get our visitors involved in the process of promoting the Centre. As an Educational Charity we have thousands of amazing supporters and we know that an image of them truly enjoying their time at the Centre is how we want to reflect ourselves. In the last 12 months we have added new exhibition content, new artefacts and new workshops. This is our opportunity to really show people what we have to offer, with real people at the heart of it.”