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Christmas Garden

Saturday 16 Dec 2017 4:30pm - 7:00pm. Sandown Battery Barracks, Sandown, Isle of Wight.
Christmas Garden is a free event created by our partner organisations The Common Space, Arc and Artecology, as members of Sandown Bay's Community Coastal Team. It's held at Sandown Battery as a way to celebrate the festive community spirit in the Bay area and to re-imagine spaces within the public realm.
Inside the gates of an old fort, a crowd enjoys Christmas illuminations.


July 2017. Brown's Golf Course, Sandown Bay, Isle of Wight.
Hullabaloo is a new one-day annual event held in Sandown Bay, Isle of Wight, right outside Poo Museum HQ. It's ambitious and innovative, combining the arts, community, health & wellbeing, heritage, environmental issues and much more.

Book Signing

Saturday 15 April 2017. Waterstones Bookshop, Newport, Isle of Wight.
Entomologist and Science Writer Richard Jones will sign copies of Call of Nature - The Secret History of Dung. The Poo Museum joined him at Waterstone's Bookshop in Newport.
Dung beetles, some of them amting, swarm over dung.

National Poo Museum Tour begins March 2017

The first stop will be Sandown Library, Isle of Wight.
Large animal poo exhibited in clear sphere on table

Book Launch - Pooems

12 November 2016 Quay Arts, Newport, Isle of Wight on 12 November 2016
Author Nicola Winsland will launch her new book, Pooems, a humorous anthology of animal poo.
Author Nicola Winsland holds up a copy of her book - Pooems - a humorous anthology of animal poo.

Bestival 2016

8-11 September 2016 Robins Hill
Poo Museum, in conjuction with Arc Environmental Consultancy and the Hampshire and Isle of Wight Wildlife Trust, will join Bestival-goers in developing and exploring the links between poo, ecology and biodiversity.
Two young women from the Bestival crowd,, each holding a poo globe

BIAZA 2016

The Poo Museum will participate in the British & Irish Institute of Zoos & Aquariums Education and Presenters Conference.
The BIAZA logo - stylized zebra and seahorse heads.