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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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Friday 23rd March saw local school pupils from Milne’s Primary descend on Morayvia. They had special sneak preview of our updated and expanded collection ahead of opening for the 2018 season.
Exhibits have been rearranged to accommodate new ones and existing ones spruced up. An extension to the exhibits area was added in the close season, plenty of changes to see at Morayvia this year.
The centre reopens to visitors this coming Saturday and this visit by Milne’s Primary was a great opportunity to get some early feedback which appeared to all be very positive and the kids left with their goody bags kindly provided and filled by Morayvia supporters Survivex and ACE Winches.
On show for the kids was our new Wessex exhibit, having arrived last year in a state of repair, the team worked hard to get her ready for opening. The close period also saw the arrival of a number of new exhibits, including a Valiant cockpit, Lightening cockpit, Buccaneer cockpit, ejector seat display, and Tornado display.
Chairman Mark Mair, and fellow members of the Morayvia Board, Lynne Herbert and Nat Haggar were on hand to guide the group around. Mark commented, “The work which has taken place during the close period has been phenomenal, we don’t notice it so much ourselves, but when people come back after a while they notice a lot more planes and exhibits. That’s what we want so that people keep coming back.”