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Families, friends and colleagues are invited to a fresh air fuelled fun day to celebrate our annual Family and Friends event.
This event will feature the famous 15m long Second Severn crossing along with a number of engineering related games. There is also an ICE Invisible Superhero's themed trail which utilises Wales' only officially licensed Gruffalo Trail!
We will also be using the day to celebrate International Women in Engineering Day 2018!
If that's not enough, you are also free to explore the rest of the ranch and its fantastic facilities. Please visit the website for further information.
ICE activities will be based on the field adjacent to the start of the Gruffalo Trail and will run throughout the day from 11.00 – 16.00.
Food and drinks can be purchased on site including the Ranch's own Pizza & Bean restaurant located near the entrance. Picnics are also welcome.
Dogs are welcome. As long as they are well behaved, kept on short leads at all times, don't go into the sand areas and are cleaned up after.
Ample parking is available at the venue free of charge.
This event forms part of ICE Wales Cymru ICE 200 Celebrations and will follow the ICE's Invisible Superheroes theme celebrating the role civil engineers play in transforming lives and safeguarding our future.
Whilst this event promotes civil engineering and supports the people who work in our profession it is also open to the public. It's also important for us to keep telling the public about what civil engineers do – because without them our world would be very different.
If you book online through the ICE website admission is free, but if you just turn up on the day you will be asked to pay the full admission fee.
If you would like to volunteer to support this event, please contact: