CCC is pleased to work with London Wildlife Trust to give Croydon residents the opportunity to participate in a guided walk on Hutchinson’s Bank, in New Addington as part of their Brilliant Butterflies project.
UPDATE!!!! Sunday 30 August
A few more tickets have been released including releasing placed to people on the waiting list, due to popular demand, but be quick to book!
FREE and open to all ages but booking is essential as places are limited and contact details of participants need to be logged as part of Track and Trace.*
Book NOW to avoid disappointment as there are limited places.
Preference for this event will be given to residents in Croydon.
Details of the meeting point will be sent to all who have booked a place on Monday, 31 August.
This event is not suitable for wheelchair users or those with reduced mobility due to the slope of the site. Young people under the age of 16 must be accompanied by an adult.
Strict Covid measured in place to ensure everyone’s safety:
* Under the Track and Trace system, a record of the name and phone and/or email for each individual or group taking part in this event will be made and these will be shared with London Wildlife Trust (LWT) who will hold these details securely. These records will be destroyed by LWT 21 days after the event.
Participants are advised not to turn up if they feel at all unwell or are showing any COVID 19 symptoms (high temperature, a new continuous cough, a loss or change to sense of smell or taste).
What to bring
Hand sanitiser will be provided but all participants are encouraged to bring their own hand sanitiser and water or refreshments. Please wear suitable clothing and footwear and consider bringing sun protection.
Other information for participants:
Please note there are kissing gates that participants will need to pass through.
Participants should take particular care to follow social distancing guidelines (maintaining a minimum of 1m distance). In addition to those guidelines, the following principles should be observed to ensure you meet people in a way that minimises the risk of spreading infection:
- limit the time you spend interacting with people from outside your household or support bubble to the activity which you are partaking
- limit the number of different activities which you partake in succession to reduce the potential chain of transmission
- follow strict social distancing guidelines from people outside your household or support bubble
BOOK A PLACE HERE!
Got a question? Get in touch!
To find out more about the Brilliant Butterflies project, and to sign up to their newsletter for project information and updates, see www.wildlondon.org.uk/brilliant-butterflies
And here is a London Wildlife Trust youtube video on why butterflies are important and how to make a butterfly feeding table for your garden or balcony.