Get out into the fresh air for some green-fingered fun this half term with free activities in Hammersmith’s community gardens.
Gardening, environmental crafts and games will keep little ones busy while school’s out, during a series of play sessions run by Hammersmith Community Gardens Association.
The local environmental charity – which is financially supported by Hammersmith & Fulham Council – is planning activities for families with children under 12 at its green spaces at Loris Gardens, Godolphin Gardens, and at the Ravenscourt Park glasshouses.
The drop-in sessions will take place from 10am-12pm and 1-4pm, with activities at Loris Gardens on Tuesday 29 May, at Ravenscourt Park glasshouses on Wednesday 30 May, and at Godolphin Gardens on Thursday 31 May.
All sessions are free but a small donation towards materials is welcomed. For more details, visit the HCGA website.
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