17 September 2021

Rampion Visitor Centre celebrates first birthday

The Rampion Offshore Wind Farm Visitor Centre team has invited people to drop in this weekend to celebrate their first birthday and the first 100 visitors will receive a party bag filled with sustainable gifts.

Families can enjoy playing party games and solving puzzles with prizes for the winners on both Saturday and Sunday at the Visitor Centre, which is free to enter and open 10am to 6pm. It is located at beach level between the West Pier Pillars and BAi360, facing Rampion Offshore Wind Farm, eight miles off the Sussex coast.

Caroline Lucas MP, Green MP for Brighton Pavilion, was the first visitor to the Rampion Visitor Centre when it opened on 10th September 2020.

Visitors can enjoy dozens of displays and interactive exhibits which bring to life the story of human settlement, technological advancement and population growth, alongside climate change, renewable energy and the construction of Rampion.

A huge interactive globe is the centre piece of the Visitor Centre, showing the impact people have had on the planet, and other features include an exciting virtual reality experience taking you out to the wind farm, climbing up and standing on top of a turbine.

The Visitor Centre is FREE to enter and forms part of the £4million Rampion Community Fund, voluntarily created for the Sussex community.

Interactive Globe at Rampion Visitor Centre
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