Learn about the ongoing history of sustainability at Charlton House

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Sustainability Sunday 

Learn about the ongoing history of sustainability at Charlton House, and how it fits into the experience of Living in Greenwich. You can also drop in for earth-friendly kids’ crafts to use at home, and book in for a costumed tour of the House in World War I: a time of rationing, community support, and making the best use of existing resources.

Looking to do your part by keeping it local today? Be sure to drop in for Charlton and Blackheath Amateur Horticultural Society’s plant sale in the Gardens, and WI’s bake sale on Back Lawn, and stay tuned for information about sustainable market stalls at the House.

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Sustainability Sunday: Local Market, Kids' Activities, Tours and More!

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Charlton House and Gardens, Charlton Road, Charlton, London, SE7 8RE
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