St Albans mayor to officially open Butterfly World for 2014

St Albans & Harpenden Review: St Albans mayor to officially open Butterfly World for 2015 St Albans mayor to officially open Butterfly World for 2015

The release of butterflies will mark the opening of a magical world of creepy crawlies and blossoming flowers in St Albans on Monday.

The city's Mayor, Annie Brewster, will release the first butterflies to open Butterfly World for this year’s season.

Visitors of all ages will be able to see, touch, learn and explore 27 acres of specially created gardens, tropical butterfly house, wildflower meadows and designer gardens when the centre in Miriam Lane, Chiswell Green opens its doors.

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9:20am Fri 21 Mar 14

cummingam says...

I am fairly sure title of article should be 2014.

Any more news on the Butterfly Dome? I am sure if BW sold life memberships (or gave some other incentive to invest) they can raise the rest of the money needed to complete the task.

This is potentially a fantastic local attraction. The last time I visited it was starting to look run down, but still worth a visit, especially if you are into photography as one could spend hours taking photos around the grounds.
I am fairly sure title of article should be 2014. Any more news on the Butterfly Dome? I am sure if BW sold life memberships (or gave some other incentive to invest) they can raise the rest of the money needed to complete the task. This is potentially a fantastic local attraction. The last time I visited it was starting to look run down, but still worth a visit, especially if you are into photography as one could spend hours taking photos around the grounds. cummingam
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