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Busy Bees – Family Workshop

Calling all busy bees to help us to make amazzzing things from beeswax. We’ll be joining the London Bee Keeping society again for some creative fun – it’ll leave you buzzing all week!

  • £5.00 per child / £2.50 low-income. Ages 5+
  • This workshop must be booked in advance using our online ticketing system (see below).
  • Please provide ages of children and details of any allergies, medical conditions or additional needs in the ‘additional notes’ box when booking.
  • Please note, all children must be supervised by an adult.

By registering for this event, you will automatically be added to our family events mailing list. You can unsubscribe from the list at any time using the ‘unsubscribe’ link in emails.

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Honey! I Found the Bees – Family Workshop

We’ll be joining the London’s Bee Keeping society for some delicious honey tasting and unbeeelievable fun. Grab your wings and let’s buzz all around the garden!

  • £5 per child / £2.50 low-income. Ages 5+
  • This workshop must be booked in advance using our online ticketing system (see below).
  • Please provide ages of children and details of any allergies, medical conditions or additional needs in the ‘additional notes’ box when booking.
  • Please note, all children must be supervised by an adult.

By registering for this event, you will automatically be added to our family events mailing list. You can unsubscribe from the list at any time using the ‘unsubscribe’ link in emails.

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Bees at the Greenhouse

  Honeybees have been kept at the greenhouses for many years, and buzz happily around the beans, berries and herbs when they’re in flower, alongside a wide variety of other insects. They help to pollinate many of the outdoor crops, but will also venture across the park and into Herne Hill, Brixton and Dulwich to […]

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Blog May 10: Beyonce’s bottom and Milli Vanilli – what’s the connection?

The connection between Beyoncé and Milli Vanilli? Clue: it’s not music… The surprise answer, given our theme for the year? You guessed it – pollination! Entomologists have all the fun. Unlike the comparatively straight-laced botanists, they enjoy themselves when it comes to naming new species. Faced with an unknown horse-fly, Australian researcher Bryan Lessard took […]

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Bees at the Greenhouses

Honeybees have been kept at the greenhouses for many years, and buzz happily around the beans, berries and herbs when they’re in flower, alongside a wide variety of other insects. They help to pollinate many of the outdoor crops, but will also venture across the park and into Herne Hill, Brixton and Dulwich to exploit […]

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