TV presenter becomes patron of Norwich Science Festival
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Blue Planet Live Lessons presenter Lizzie Daly is the new patron for Norwich Science Festival (NSF).
Lizzie has worked as a presenter on Blue Planet Live Lessons, CBeebies, CBBC, National Geographic, BBC Two, Animal Planet and is a host on the BBC Earth Unplugged YouTube channel.
Miss Daly said: "It is a real honour to become a patron, Norwich Science Festival is full to the brim with exciting science experiments, shows, new discoveries and opportunities to explore.
"This will be my third year at NSF and I always look forward to seeing how it engages the younger generation by celebrating the wonder of the natural world around them. I really can't wait for this year's Festival!"
Lizzie joins the existing NSF patrons, presenter and evolutionary biologist Ben Garrod, and astronomer, presenter and author Mark Thompson.
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Natalie Bailey, Norwich Science Festival producer, said: "We're absolutely delighted that Lizzie is joining us as a patron. She's an inspiration to all through her conservation work and TV presenting, and we can't wait to welcome her back to the Festival."
Norwich Science Festival returns this October half-term, with headline sponsor Anglian Water.
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