We all need a bit of anti-death fluid. Frustrated by not being able to refill our hand sanitisers for our upcoming Easter Camp as the whole world seemed to be out of stock, we decided to make our own. There's more than a few websites showing you how to make hand sanitiser that are less than helpful. Unless you make something that is 65%+ alcohol, it's not going to necessarily kill the virus, so watch out for guides that tell you to use vodka and Aloe Vera gel or something similar.
Our Drone Building Camp In Winchester
Drones have come a long way since they were used purely for military use and are now one of the most popular ways to capture unique and often breath-taking pictures. Bizarrely, they’ve also been used to deliver pizzas and by farmers, for aerial views of their crops.
Many children love drones and the idea of experimenting with them. If this sounds like your boy or girl, why not bring them along to our Drone Building Camp?
With Tech Camp, children can learn how to build both robots and games, including Quadcopters, which are a type of drone.
Our quadcopter building course is suitable for all campers aged 13+, irrespective of experience. It is ideal for any child interested in learning the fundamentals of aerodynamics, including flight stabilisation and the physics of quadcopters.
The course takes place in Winchester and involves building a quadcopter, practising using a computer simulator and learning how to fly it safely. Better yet, participants can take the quadcopter home with them at the end of the course.
This camp includes a residential option which is Sun-Fri inclusive.
Discover more about our quadcopter building camp today.