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All things apples: Quizzes, tastings, art, monsters and bird feeders

Two events for children of different age groups to enjoy and learn more about this wonderful fruit

Growing Young Minds’ for children aged 2-3 years from 10-11am

In our beautiful autumnal garden, can you find the apples and pin them on our tree?

We will be tasting and celebrating different types of apples grown in the UK, printing colourful pictures with them and making a simple apple bird feeder for you to take home.

6 tickets available

Celebrating our Apples’ for children aged 5-11 years from 2-3.30pm

Taking place in our gorgeous autumnal garden, how well can you do in our Apple Quiz?

Take part in a longest peel competition and create your own apple monsters to take home for Hallloween.

We will be tasting different apples grown locally in the UK and playing Guess the Variety to see just how good your taste buds really are.

10 tickets available

Sarah Webley, SLBI Education and Outreach Co-ordinator

Tickets: £5 per child* with one carer, refundable deposit (on attendance)

Please book via the Eventbrite booking system below.

*Please note: Thanks to funding from City Bridge Trust for our Botany on Your Plate project we are able to offer refundable tickets for this event. If you are able to pay this sum we would be very appreciative of you making this fee a donation to the SLBI – thankyou

The SLBI is a registered charity for botanical education. It supports people of all ages and backgrounds in learning about plants. By making a donation with your booking you will help to sustain our work with school children, families and the wider community. As a small charity, any amount you can give, large or small, will be warmly appreciated and make an enormous difference. Thankyou.

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Children’s Half Term Activities – Apple Day – 2 events  2-3 yr & 5 – 11 yr*

Venue

The South London Botanical Institute
323 Norwood Road
London,EnglandSE24 9AQUnited Kingdom

How to Book

The South London Botanical Institute