Discover the butterflies of the chalkland downland near New Addington this Sunday on a London Wildlife Trust guided walk.
Hutchinson’s Bank is home to 28 butterfly species – and on this informative guided walk, you can marvel at marbled whites and green fritillaries and learn about the incredible life cycle of the small blue.
Spot birds such as kestrel and buzzard with London Wildlife Trust’s expert volunteers.
Discover Croydon’s rare chalk grassland habitat and history.
Meet just before 11am at Hutchinson’s Bank chalk cutting (follow the signs), a short walk from New Addington tram stop. The walk lasts until 3.30pm.
Hutchinson’s Bank is a wildspace and there are no facilities on site. The nearest toilets are at New Addington (approx 10min walk). Please bring your own refreshments.
The guided walk is free, and suitable for all ages. For enquiries, call Shaun Marriott on 07710 194 268.
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