The Butterfly House at Hall Place in Bexley has been saved.
Earlier this week, we reported in our news bulletins that the Butterly House would not be reopening following closure during the Covid-19 crisis.
Now, staff have managed to save the popular attraction from permanent closure.
In a statement on social media this morning, a spokesperson said: “As you can imagine we have lots to do and boxes to tick before we open, we will keep you updated, nothing changes butterfly house prices stay and we will still sell plants and your friendly staff will still be there. We look forward to bringing you along on our exciting new journey”!
The venue offers visitors the chance to see flying tropical butterflies in a mini rain forest, and was a staple in the local community.