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Eco Christmas at London Wetland Centre
Published: Friday 22nd of August 2008
This Christmas, visitors to London can enjoy the greenest of celebrations at the London Wetland Centre.
Visitors to London can celebrate the yuletide while supporting the London Wetland Centre - home to such creatures as the Yellow Wagtail and the Black Tern.
After seeing the wildlife on the reserve, why not book into the Water's Edge Room for a Christmas package including reception drinks of Bucks Fizz, wine or beer, a three-course dinner and half a bottle of wine per head.
The evening will conclude with a Christmas disco.
This summer, the London Wetland Centre offered a barbeque package in which guests could look around the grounds either on their own or on a guided walk.
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