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Morayvia's Science and Technology Experience Project (STEP) is a project to bring together a number of disciplines from aerospace and astronomy to technology and arts-related activities into a single centre of excellence in Moray, but serving the northeast of Scotland, the Highlands and beyond.
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Emmerdale star Chris Chittell took time while from his busy schedule whilst in Aberdeen for a flying visit to Morayvia on Sunday 5th November.
Chris is a long time friend and supporter of Morayvia and during his visit, he congratulated our dedicated and hardworking volunteers for the commitment and energy they have put into the centre and make it into what it is today.
With limited time to take our ever growing collection of exhibits in, Chris described his amazement at what has been put together in such a short time since opening the centre, and confirmed that he would like to come back to spend more time and see everything Morayvia has to offer once the centre has reopened for the 2018 season.
During his visit, Chris was given a tour of the main exhibits, culminating in a look at the shop when he was presented with a model of the Sea King by volunteers Diane and Maureen. On being presented with the scale model, Chris stated he was “so humbled to be presented this model and it will take pride of place at Home”.
Below: Morayvia director Bob Pountney shows Chris our latest addition, Chris pictured with Morayvia directors and volunteers, and Chris chats with Mark Mair to know more about what next for Morayvia.(Click on the images to see larger versions)