London,
08
August
2012
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00:00
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Butterfly dome at Clissold Park open

Want something to do with the kids during the summer holidays? Then why not take them to the new butterfly dome in Clissold Park for a free guided tour.

The dome houses a small collection of native and tropical butterflies and has the appropriate plants to provide nectar and food for the butterflies.

The dome is one of the Council’s valuable learning resources, giving people an opportunity to find out more about animal life cycles and behaviour. It is part of a series of learning experiences soon to be on offer at Clissold Park.

The guided tours are open to anyone and they currently run on Tuesdays at 2pm and Thursdays at 5pm. Tours are free and there is no need to book, however people are asked to arrive on time to avoid disappointment. Larger groups should book in advance by emailing Lucy.gijsen@hackney.gov.uk or by calling 020 83564600.
 
More about Clissold Park here: http://www.hackney.gov.uk/clissold-park.htm  

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