After a three year break due to the Covid pandemic, Imagineering returned to the Royal Bath & West Show with a marquee full of exciting fun STEM activities for youngsters of all ages. This was its eighteenth year at the Royal Bath & West Show.
Many of Imagineering’s participants had remained supportive and returned in full force with some specially-designed activities. The whole lineup was BMT, DSTL, GE Aviation, IET with First Lego League, Leonardo UK, REME, Rolls-Royce and Royal Navy - with a busy Imagineering Clubs stand, K’Nex building stand and Flight Zone.
The Imagineering team was thrilled to receive the Gold Medal for Best Trade Stand (over 12m frontage) - a testament to the hard work of all the participating organisations in producing some of the liveliest interactive engagement for young people on site.
Many families spent 2 to 3 hours in the marquee. The youngsters were issued with a Passport to collect stickers and stamps when they completed activities on each stand and then they entered a Draw for a £100 Gift Card. (The winner came from Weston-super-Mare).
This year the Show was only 3 not 4 days, but 17,000 came through the marquee and the Show organisers were delighted that so many people were eager to return to this major annual show, especially on the Platinum Jubilee Bank Holiday weekend.
There was a poignant note. Rod Cannon, Event Manager for the Imagineering Fair at Bath & West, passed away last autumn just as planning for this year’s event was getting under way. He would have been delighted at its success and for the event to have received a Gold Medal.
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