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At Greenwich Peninsula Ecology Park
Please note that the Ecology Park will be closed to the public on Wednesday 22nd May for a one-off private event. Apologies for any inconvenience - we will be back to normal on Thursday 23rd May.
Grand Open Day
Sunday 16th June
12 – 4pm
Discover the world of urban wildlife with a day of taster activities including pond dipping, bug hunting, prize trails, willow weaving, wildlife gardening workshop, children's art table, music, barbecue and refreshments!
The park is owned by the Land Trust and managed by the Trust for Urban Ecology (TRUE). The Trust for Urban Ecology is a part of the BTCV group
Events are organised by the Trust for Urban Ecology working with local volunteers and the Friends of Greenwich Peninsula Ecology Park.
For more details contact Joanne or Tony on 020 8293 1904 or at email@example.com .
Ecology Park Gatehouse, Thames Path, John Harrison Way , London SE10 0QZ
Please note that under 8 year olds must be accompanied by an adult on site at all times.
How to get there:
North Greenwich tube (15 min walk to Park along river or through Central Park , or catch buses below)
Buses: 108, 129, 161, 132, 188, 472, 486 - Millennium Village Oval Square bus stop then walk through green area and gate onto wooden boardwalk to reach the Gatehouse. Bus 422 stops in John Harrison Way .
Free parking for 2 hours in John Harrison Way or Peartree Way.
We are on the Thames Path - cycle and pedestrian route.
At Dulwich Upper Wood
Contact Jim Murphy: J.Murphy@btcv.org.uk or tel. 0208 7616230
At Lavender Pond
Contact: Mathieu Prendergast and Michael Turner:
020 7237 9165
Stave Hill Ecology Park
on 020 7237 9175 for further details
of Stave Hill meet on the second Saturday of every month to
carry out conservation work in Stave Hill and Russia Dock Woodland.
11.am Start at the Green Portacabin behind Bacons College car