A children’s adventure playground has been unveiled at Greenwich Millennium Village .
Built as an extension to the Greenwich Peninsula Ecology Park , its features include a willow tunnel, timber team swing and two insect hotels.
The playground has been created using natural and re-claimed materials such as york stone and bark mulch which provide spots for pollinators and other insects to shelter.
Fresh beds of wildflowers have also been planed.
Youngsters can additionally venture onto a log walk, cross-beam balance trail, climbing tower and mast activity net.
The 37,458sq ft space was unveiled on Thursday, October 22, by joint venture partners Countryside and Taylor Wimpey.
Countryside’s managing director of Chris Bladon said: “Greenwich Millennium Village is an innovative village within the city, providing not only a home for its residents but also a community to be a part of.
“Creating a safe and fun area for the young residents and also the public to play has always been a key part of our plans, so we are delighted that the eco play park is now open to everyone.
“Designed as an extension to the fantastic Ecology Park, this will be the perfect playground to encourage children to come outside and explore their new environment.”