What will life be like in 2040?
Find out at Twisted Tech, an awe-inspiring new event giving you a glimpse of tomorrow’s world today. Meet robots. Strut your stuff in future fashions. Find new ways to protect the planet. And try loads more mind-blowing activities that are light years away from a school science lesson!
There are four zones for you to explore, covering everything from climate change to movie magic, fashion futures to medical innovations. You’ll also have the chance to meet the women who are changing the world with science and technology. And be the first to try the latest gadgets and tech too.
The four zones:
This one’s all about you (and the 7 billion other humans on the planet!). How can cutting edge science and tech keep us all healthy?
- Your everyday
Look at the world around you and you’ll see technology is everywhere, from how we communicate to the clothes we wear and what we watch.
- Your future
What’s next? Enter the brave new world of tomorrow’s technology and think about how it might change how we live.
- Your universe
Go where no guiding unit has gone before. Explore planet earth, the environment and the mind-bending universe beyond.
The fun doesn’t stop when the sun goes down. Wonder at the universe with our stargazers, dance the day away at the silent disco or see if you can beat our retro computer games.
What does the ticket include?
Tickets cost £85 each for girls and leaders.
The price includes:
- Campsite fees
- Full catering from Friday dinner to Sunday breakfast. Snacks are not included.
- All activities
- Evening entertainment
- Special event badge
…… and much much more
Transport to and from the event is not included.
How to book
To book your place visit the Twisted Tech page on the Girlguiding website and download a booking pack.
We’re giving 20 free tickets to girls from areas of deprivation or from a family where extra support is needed, such as those where girls are young carers. The 20 places will be awarded to individual girls on a case by case basis.
Criteria for bursaries
- The girl is from an area of deprivation, or
- The girl is from a family who need support for example a young person in care, a young carer or with additional needs.
The list is not exhaustive and if a leader has a girl who needs extra support in order to be able to attend, they are welcome to apply.
To find out more, and how to apply visit the Twisted Tech page on the Girlguiding website.