From news of the seas to what's happening in the skies, here's five things to do today....

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Wednesday, 5th February 2020, 6:00 am
Hear about the work of Sea Shepherds, the worlds largest navy focused on the conservation of oceans, tonight at the Gregson Community Centre, Lancaster

Dyslexia Dyscalculia Advice and Parental Support Group

The next Dyslexia Dyscalculia Advice and Parental Support Group session will be held on the first Wednesday of the month, February 5 at 1pm in Grimsargh Village Hall, Preston Road, Grimsargh, PR2 5JR.

The session will be led by experienced Dyslexia and Dyscalculia Specialist, SENDCo and SEND School Advisor Katie Nelson and the Dyslexia Centre North West Team.

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The session runs until 2.30pm and you can come along, chat to other parents, speak to the team about a range of interventions, and have a brew of course!

Call 01772 759083 for more information.

Skylarks Choir

Warm up your vocal chords and join Skylarks for a sing, today at St Paul’s Church Hall, Church Lane, Farington Moss, Leyland PR26 6RD. Open from 10.30am for a cuppa, singing starts at 11am and continues until noon. Each session is £4.

Sea Shepherds

Sea Shepherds is the world’s largest navy focused on the conservation of oceans. Hear all about their work tonight with the Marine Conservation Society, Lancashire at the Gregson Community Centre, Lancaster. See lancashiremcs.org.uk.

Craft & Chat

Everyone is welcome to join an afternoon of craft and chat, every Wednesday, 2pm-4pm at St. Michael’s Church Hall on Tulketh Road, Ashton-on-Ribble. It’s just £1 including refreshments. Call Janice Carney 01772 721191 for more details.

Stargazing Night

Look to the stars tonight with The University of Central Lancashire’s Jeremiah Horrocks Institute. They are holding another Stargazing Night at Alston Observatory with two tours, planetarium shows and short talks. Book via www.eventbrite.co.uk.