A Very Merry Mingle

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Music, mulled wine and merriment at Red Cross Garden!

Summary

Enjoy A Very Merry Mingle with Bankside Open Spaces Trust - expect wreath making, mulled wine, live music and, of course, merriment!

Date & time

Date:3 December 2019

Time:5pm to 7pm

Event Details

Address:Red Cross Garden
50 Redcross Way
London

Post code:SE1 1HA

Website:www.bost.org.uk

Tickets:Free

Telephone:020 7403 3393

Open hours:9-5pm

Description

Bankside Open Spaces Trust invite you to celebrate the season with us and enjoy good cheer with friends old and new. A Very Merry Mingle takes place at Red Cross Garden - a restored Victorian Garden in London's SE1. This free event fills the garden with festive fun - from wreath making and crafts to sweet treats and mulled wine, all soundtracked by wonderful live music on our bandstand. We'll also be marking the birthday of our garden's founder, Octavia Hill - social campaigner and co-founder of the National Trust. So come a raise a glass with us this December and get to know your neighbours at our Very Merry Mingle! Free entry, wreath making £5 (drop in activity, pay on the day).

Transport

By Bus:Stop G or H, Borough High Street. Buses 21, 133, 35, 343.

By Tube:Nearest Tube is Borough, or a 10 minute walk to London Bridge Station.

By Train:Nearest overland is London Bridge Station, a 10 minute walk.

Map

Accessibility

Access for wheelchair usersAccess for wheelchair users

Adapted toiletAdapted toilet

Assistance dogAssistance dogs welcome

Level access toiletLevel access toilet

Positive about disabledPositive about disabled people

Seat availableSeat available

The garden is flat with accessible paths and an accessible toilet.

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