From finding out where organs fit into the body and following Darwin on his trip on the Beagle, to making real ice cream and bath bombs, from building boats and visiting the stars in a real planetarium, to analysing fossils and insects, it was all happening this week at Moreton Hall's second Junior Science Challenge. Over 120 Year 5 children from various visiting schools, including Our Lady of St Oswald's, The White House, St Winefride's - Shrewsbury, Bryn Offa and Moreton Hall, enjoyed a day of fun and imaginative science games and experiments. "The Science Challenge is a key part of our Science Festival at Moreton. It's a great opportunity for other schools to come and sample a taste of Moreton Science and they all seemed to have a thoroughly enjoyable day!" commented co-organiser, David Kynes.