Events 2018

Sutton Nature and Sutton Ecology Centre

See calendar below for all the biodiversity events happening around the London Borough of Sutton. Please check back regularly, as more events are added.

Click on an event to see details.


April and Easter Activities

Wild Story Time: Monkey Puzzle
Tuesday 3 April 10.30am-12noon & 1:30pm-3pm
. Sutton Ecology Centre.
Come and listen to Julia Donaldson’s Monkey Puzzle, and see if you can help Monkey solve his puzzle and find his mummy. Includes pond dipping to find other baby creatures in the pond. Finish with a craft to take home.
Cost: £5.50 per child 3yrs + Booking essential. Siblings Welcome.
To book please visit http://37.188.117.158/suttonecology/

 

Chicks and Chickens Egg Hunt
Monday 9 & Tuesday 10 April 11am-2pm. Sutton Ecology Centre.
Join us for our Easter egg hunt, find eggs from different birds and meet chickens and chicks! Make your own egg craft to take home.
Cost: £4.50 per child  Suitable for families with children 3yrs+. Drop in, no booking required.

 

 
Wildlings Forest School Three Day Camp Sutton Ecology Centre.
Wednesday 4, Thursday 5, Friday 6 April, 10.30am – 3.30pm each day

Come and join us for three whole days of Forest School adventures. We’ll be building a campfire and cooking our own lunch, using woodland materials and tools to make crafts, learning how to tie a range of knots, building dens, as well as plenty of                 opportunity for free play and making new friends. Lunch, drinks and snacks provided. Please bring wellies, waterproofs and a change of clothing.

Suitable for: 8-12 year olds. Consent forms to be completed.

Cost: £75 per child

Places are limited. Booking must be made in advance.

Please email wildlingsforestschool@gmail.com for further information or to book.

 


All events are held at Sutton Ecology Centre, unless otherwise indicated.

Birthday Parties at Sutton Ecology Centre

Sutton Ecology Centre now run birthday parties. You can hire our classroom, grounds and all our equipment to make your own DIY Buggly Adventure Birthday Party, or you can book a Wildlings Forest School Birthday Party. For more information visit our birthday party page.

Downloadable Trail Leaflet

You can now download the Sutton Ecology Centre Trail leaflet from our website. So come along after school or at the weekend for a stroll and an explore! See if you can spot the first snow drops or any other signs of spring.

To book a place on an event, please visit http://37.188.117.158/suttonecology/. You will need to create an account and book each person on.

For information on Sutton Nature / Biodiversity events, please email sncvvolunteers@hotmail.co.uk or biodiversity@sutton.gov.uk and for all school holiday events, please email biodiversity@sutton.gov.uk or, call 020 8770 5820 (for all events).

For Wildings Forest School events only, please email bookings and enquiries to wildlingsforestschool@gmail.com. Do not contact Sutton Ecology Centre or the Sutton Biodiversity Team about Wildings Forest School events, as we will be unable to answer your query, instead please contact the Forest School directly.

For more conservation jobs and courses, please see environmentjob.co.uk.

 

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  3. I am interested in the walk below, but can find no details where I should have booked or where to meet as I’ve never visited this site before. if you are able to contact me before 11.30 I should be grateful. :-
    Nature Ramble @ Roundshaw Downs LNR. Saturday 29, 12:00 – 14:00. A gentle stroll around the nature reserve looking at the flowers and animals and the effects of the first grazing on site in over 100 years!

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  22. Reptile Open Day was greatly enjoyed by my granddaughters (aged 5 and 7). They loved seeing the reptiles and learning about them from people who knew so much and obviously liked them. Thank you to all concerned. We look forward to the next event!

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