Date(s) - 13/07/2019
10:00 am - 4:00 pm
The Pink Palace
WHAT We are creating a haven for fungi on the southern end of Crossfields Estate as part of the ‘Grow in the Dark’ community wildlife project. Around 90% of plants rely on fungi to live and 93% of the world’s fungal species are yet to be discovered! Come find out more about this essential, but elusive organism with mycologist (fungi-expert) Rich Wright and storyteller Griot Chinyere.
WHERE The Pink Palace, 50 Frankham St, Deptford, London SE8 4RL
WHEN 13 July 2019, 10AM to 4PM
There will be a morning and afternoon session. We hope you will join us for the full day, but half-day participation is okay too! Lunch will be provided for full-day participants.
|10am–12pm||Talk and guided walk to see fungi at work|
|12pm–1pm||Vegetarian, fungi-themed lunch courtesy of Crossfields volunteers|
|1pm–3pm||After lunch, the group will split: Participants (11+) will delve deeper into fungi science. Younger participants will transform their new-found knowledge of fungi into stories.|
|3pm–4pm||Story time and Tea|
This event is free and open to all, but spaces are limited. TO BOOK email email@example.com with the names and ages of participants and which sessions (morning and/or afternoon) you wish to attend. Let us know in your email if you can help with lunch!