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A Tour of Cator Park, Kidbrooke Village

As part of the London Festival of Architecture, the design team at HTA Design, Berkeley Homes, and London Wildlife Trust would like to invite you, friends, and family, to take you on a tour of the 20 Acre Cator Park at the heart of Kidbrooke Village. 

Created around an ancient but forgotten chalk stream, the park demonstrates how it is possible to design a place that cares equally for nature and humankind – hosting families and their children with a wonderful array of imaginative settings for play and recreation as well as spectacular biodiversity.

Under this year’s theme of Care, you will have fun as you learn the secrets of how you can care for nature, enhance mental and physical wellbeing and create great beauty – with take-aways for the kids!

When: 19th June

What: Tours run from 11am-4pm (lasting half an hour)

Cost: £5 donation for adults (kids go free) in return you receive a tour, goody bag with a Seedball, and a refreshment

Reserve your tickethttps://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/a-tour-of-cator-park-kidbrooke-village-tickets-150771811547

 

**The cost of your ticket price will buy you a Seedball from the London Wildlife Trust and HTA will match these contributions to help fundraise and support the Trust in their amazing work protecting wildlife across London.

Your Seedball will be a lovely collection of mostly purple, pink and blue flowers designed to attract butterflies to our gardens, balconies and window boxes and uses only flowers recommended by Butterfly Conservation. The tube contains about 600 seeds packed into 12 balls of clay.

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