Sutton half-term activities

Sutton Ecology Centre

Sutton Ecology Centre

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Wildlife pond maintenance at Cuddington Recreation Ground, Sunday, February 16 from 11am to 1.30pm.

Help maintain the wildlife pond at Cuddington Recreation Ground. Here's your chance to help build bat and bird boxes and maintain the pond near the Sparrow Farm road entrance. The improvements include planting, seeding and creating log piles. 

The event is free and suitable for all. Please wear suitable clothing. No booking required, just turn up on the day.

Brilliant Birds! Tuesday, February 18  from 10am to 2pm. Sutton Ecology Centre.

Drop in to learn about our feathery friends. Activities on offer include making your own bird feeder, finding out how to care for garden birds and getting tips on identifying different species of birds.

Cost: £2 per person and suitable for children aged three and over.

Animal Homes at Whitehall Museum, Cheam. Friday, February 21, 2pm-4pm. Take part in a hands-on session to build shelters for animals in your garden. You can build boxes for birds and 'Toad Abodes' to take home. The session also gives you the chance to learn more about local wildlife. For families and children of all ages.

Cost: £4.50. Suitable for all.

Booking is essential. For all enquiries and bookings, please call Whitehall Museum on 020 86431236 or email: whitehallcheam@btconnect.com

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