Bow Beasties 2016

Bow Beasties is our wildlife watch club for all of the family! Join Ken and Zoe (along with their two children, and their dog, Quinn) for an exciting range of environmental/outdoor activities that celebrate the seasons and the wildlife that can be found here within London's most urban woodland.  Bow Beasties takes place within our fabulous resource of the Cemetery Park.

Bow Beasties happens every 3rd Saturday of the month (except for August). 

It's FREE! 

Forthcoming activities

17 September: Bulb planting

15 October: Pumpkin carving - Please BYO pumpkin.  We'll supply the tools and stencils to carve your spooky pumpkins.

19 November: Autumn art and muddy play

17 December: Festive wreaths

21 January 2017: Winter wander

Please remember to dress for the weather as we are likely to be outside come rain or shine.

Time: 10.30am - 12.30pm 

Meeting point: The Soanes Centre, E3 4PX - the single storey building located on your right as you enter the Park from the Southern Grove entrance.

Please contact us if you have any questions. 

Here's what one family think of Bow Beasties....

Yesterday we attended 'Bow Beasties' again with our two Grandsons Sam and Jack. We have become regulars there since our son and his family discovered the fabulous nature reserve.
Held on the third Saturday of the month, Bow Beasties in the Cemetery is a must do for us. Run and organised by Ken and his able assistant and wife Zoe it is fun, informative and very educational for young and old. Yesterday we collected wild salad plants and vegetables which we were able to take home and eat. We also helped Ken collect nettles which were taken back to THCP HQ where the children helped him make a delicious nettle pesto of which we all got a pot also to take home.
Ken is a wonder. He knows all the wild plants, beasts and bugs that inhabit the park. Add to this his warmth and friendliness and willingness to chat, encourage, help and answer questions from all ages and you have the perfect guide. My grandchildren think he is wonderful. Sam took some fossils in to show him that he had been given. Ken then went rummaging in his office to find some that he had found in Dorset. Such enthusiasm for the park and promoting the cemetery.
If you have children or grandchildren I would encourage you to book in for Bow Beasties. It's such fun for all. Well done Ken and Zoe.