I'm still in Woking today, I hope you are enjoying looking round with me.
Just across from the Lightbox, I noticed another new and exciting looking building. The plants outside were especially intriguing as they had been chopped off and looked quite stubbly.
I wasn't sure whether the building was an office block or a visitor attraction but I ventured in and was greeted by a very helpful Receptionist. The building was the headquarters for the World Wildlife Fund, The Living Planet Centre. It is a BREEAM Outstanding building, which means that it is a state-of-the-art building with minimal ecological impact.
Luckily it also caters for visitors, though there isn't a cafe, and the Receptionist showed me the four zones of the WWF Experience. The wooden zones are packed with touch-screens allowing visitors to explore WWF projects.
|A film about the sea was showing across these screens.|
|There are places to peep through, there's a screen behind the panda.|
|Small entrances for children to squeeze under and big ones too for those who think they may get stuck!|
|Information on the outside|
|Each zone is a different shape|
|This is the ceiling|
|Treasure hunt for the children to do.|
The WWF do some incredible work to protect endangered animals and environments, tackles climate change and promotes sustainable living.
Bye for now.