Got small children to entertain next weekend? Charlton Toy Library, which is based at Charlton House, is putting on a treasure hunt in Charlton Park next Saturday. In their own words…
Charlton Toy Library is putting on a Christmas Treasure Hunt, on Saturday 12 December between 10.30 – 12.30.
There will be two trails for little hunters. One easier one for kids up to 3 years and one advanced one for kids over 3 years. Starting point is at the Charlton Toy Library to collect the treasure map.
The event is free to attend and participants will receive a treat at the end. All social distancing measures and government guidelines are being followed for this event.
It follows a pumpkin hunt held at Halloween, which we’re told was a roaring success. To sign up, visit eventbrite.co.uk.
Royal Greenwich Heritage trust have been carefully monitoring the pandemic and rate of Covid-19 over the past six months. We are pleased to be able to announce that Charlton House has reopened to the public for pre-booked meetings, weddings, and groups.
To help ensure physical distancing and a safe, comfortable experience for our visitors and staff, we will be limiting the numbers of visitors to the house in line with government guidelines.
These numbers are:
up to 30 maximum for business meetings and legal gatherings
up to 15 maximum for weddings
up to 15 maximum for community and support groups
These numbers include RGHT staff and service operators and we will also be asking that all visitors to the house book their visit via telephone or email.
We have been preparing for weeks to safely reopen and are confident in the measures we’ve put in place for a safe reopening. We will continue to follow government guidelines, in addition to the following visitor guidelines to help keep you, our staff, and our community safe:
physical distancing reminders
hand sanitation stations
asking visitors and staff to wear a face covering whilst moving around the building
cleansing and sanitising protocols
introduction of a one way system
The safety of our visitors, staff and community is our top priority. To enquire about placing a meeting, wedding or group please email email@example.com or call 020 8856 3951.
We very much look forward to safely welcoming you back to Charlton House.
Royal Greenwich Heritage Trust is planning a series of events in February to help it make decisions about its new masterplan and plans for major investment at Charlton House. The trust, which runs the Jacobean mansion on behalf of Greenwich Council, is applying for funding to improve the building, which has not seen major investment for many years.
Two events are being held – on Thursday 6 February from 1pm to 3.30pm, and Thursday 13 February from 7.30pm to 9pm.
Questionnaires will also be put online so as many people as possible can take part in the consultation.
The trust is also holding focus groups – to get involved in those, email info[a]rght.org.uk for more details.