Making Minibeast Homes

Greenwich Peninsula Ecology Park

11th August 2017 : 12 noon-3pm

Find out how you can help make a home for a minibeast!

Find out where bees, ladybirds, lacewings, spiders and other creepy crawlies like to live and how you can help them out in cities like London. Then make your own minibeast habitat box to take home.

Suitable for approx. 6 years and over.

No booking necessary.

All under 10s must be accompanied by an adult on site. No playgroups or groups of more than 10 children.

Dress appropriately for the weather with suitable footwear.

The site has a visitor centre and toilets, including accessible toilet with baby changing facilities. There is no café but there is a village square with café and small shops nearby.

Good level access across the site with wide wooden boardwalks and accessible bird hides. Activities also accessible. Disabled toilet and baby changing facility. Wheelchair available to borrow. Disabled parking space at end of John Harrison Way. Ring 0208 293 1904 for any special parking arrangements needed.

Good public transport access: North Greenwich tube, buses 108, 129, 132, 161, 188, 422, 472, 486 to Millenium Village Oval Square stop. By bicycle or on foot: along the Thames Path between the O2 and the Thames Barrier, with places to lock bikes. Free parking for 2 hours on John Harrison Way, Pear Tree Way and West Parkside but spaces very limited.

Event Contact

For more information or if you have a query about this event please call 0208 293 1904 or email Joanne Smith or Tony Day

Events key:

  • Dog friendly
  • Disabled access
  • Parking available
  • Taking place outdoors
  • Tickets required
  • Educational & creative
  • Events for grown-ups
  • Child friendly
  • Healthy & active
  • A Community event
  • A Volunteering event
  • Event facilities
  • Entrance fee or Event cost
  • Meeting place