Weʼve raised £3,015 to build a planetarium / immersive theatre and multifunction space to teach astronomy, science, nature and ecology lessons.
- Grewelthorpe, Ripon, UK
- Funded on Wednesday, 1st July 2020
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Lime Tree Farm Nature Reserve has been a supporter of ecology and sustainability for over 25 years. Visitors use the unique environment for a multitude of uses, both educational and social.
A recent addition to Lime Tree has been the very successful astronomical observatory, which has already seen over 1000 visitors coming along to marvel at the beautiful dark skies that the site enjoys.
Unfortunately the British weather doesn't always allow us to observe the skies and so a full immersion cinema/planetarium has been proposed to simulate the night sky, show educational films and be used as a multifunctional space for groups from all walks of life.
This permanently installed building would be unique to the local area and would benefit schools, the scouting movement, community groups and families across the region.
Lime Tree Farm Earth & Sky is a registered Community Interest Company number 10434490
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Mar 12, 2020
Keep up the good work.
Mar 11, 2020
Good luck, I think this is an amazing project :-)
Feb 20, 2020
Keep up the good work this really is such a fantastic project it needs to happen!
Sandra, John and Matthew
Jan 9, 2020
Best wishes for 2020! Good luck with the planetarium!
Oct 29, 2019
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About the fundraiser
Grewelthorpe, Ripon, UK
Martin Whipp is an Ophthalmic Technician who has had a lifelong interest in astronomy, and has been member of the York Astronomical Society since 1990. He was made a fellow of the Royal Astronomical Society in 2001 and has always had a dream of building and running a Planetarium.