BUDDING young scientists, engineers and mathematicians were able to explore a range of fascinating career opportunities at a fun-packed interactive show.

Pupils from the Grange Community Nursery and Primary School in Winsford and Barnton Community Nursery and Primary School in Northwich enjoyed watching intriguing demonstrations at the Big Bang Fair North West 2019 in Liverpool.

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Children were able to find out about fascinating careers in the Royal Air Force

Youngsters from both Weaver Trust schools joined hundreds of pupils from across the region for the event in the city's exhibition centre.

The show is a science, technology, engineering and maths based celebration for schoolchildren led by Engineering UK.

Awe-inspiring demonstrations including fire shows, dry ice, gadgets, robots, coding, forensics, medical magic, slime and creatures capture the imagination of young people.

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Daniel Atkinson, a pupil from the Grange Community Nursery and Primary School

The Royal Air Force, North West Ambulance Service and Zoolab were among the many organisations taking part.

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Children thoroughly enjoyed the show and said it was 'definitely worth getting up at 6am for!"

Annette Williams, chief executive officer of Weaver Trust, said: "I am delighted that as a trust we inspire children through the opportunities that we provide so they believe that they can achieve anything they set their minds to."