28 Jul 2014

London's eight Royal Parks receive prestigious Green Flag Award

London's eight Royal Parks are among a record-breaking 1,476 parks and green spaces that will today receive a prestigious Green Flag Award.

25 Jul 2014

Road closures for Cancer Research Race for Life 

Cancer Research Race for Life returns on Sunday 27 July 2014.

24 Jul 2014

Restoration plans for Brompton Cemetery unveiled by The Royal Parks

Plans for a £5 million refurbishment of London's historic Brompton Cemetery have been unveiled by The Royal Parks.

24 Jul 2014

Horse Guards Road closures for Global Champions Tour, Wednesday 13 August - Saturday 16 August 2014

Find out about road closures during the Global Champions Tour event which is taking place on Horse Guards Parade.

24 Jul 2014

Upcoming road closures for Ride London, Friday 8 August - Monday 11 August

Road closure information for the Ride London event in St James's Park.

22 Jul 2014

Algal Blooms - Temporary Warning Notice

Following consistently warm weather the lake is showing signs of algal blooms.

21 Jul 2014

The new Smokehouse opens in Regent's Park

Award winning British restaurant, café and catering group, Benugo will re-open the café on the Broadwalk in Regent's Park under a new name, 'Smokehouse'.

16 Jul 2014

Sir David opens Attenborough Pond in Richmond Park and launches conservation appeal for Beverley Brook

Internationally renowned broadcaster and naturalist Sir David Attenborough, has formally opened the Attenborough Pond and launched a conservation appeal for Beverley Brook in Richmond Park.

11 Jul 2014

Books about Town benches make an appearance in Greenwich Park

Five benches shaped as open books, decorated by professional illustrators and local artists, have appeared in Greenwich Park for the public to enjoy.

11 Jul 2014

Four week closure of North Gate at Macclesfield Bridge, Regent's Park - 14 July 2014

The road at Macclesfield Bridge will be closed to vehicle traffic in both directions for 4 weeks from 14th July for the installation of new park gates

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28 Jul 2014

London's eight Royal Parks receive prestigious Green Flag Award

London's eight Royal Parks are among a record-breaking 1,476 parks and green spaces that will today receive a prestigious Green Flag Award.

25 Jul 2014

Road closures for Cancer Research Race for Life 

Cancer Research Race for Life returns on Sunday 27 July 2014.

24 Jul 2014

Restoration plans for Brompton Cemetery unveiled by The Royal Parks

Plans for a £5 million refurbishment of London's historic Brompton Cemetery have been unveiled by The Royal Parks.

24 Jul 2014

Horse Guards Road closures for Global Champions Tour, Wednesday 13 August - Saturday 16 August 2014

Find out about road closures during the Global Champions Tour event which is taking place on Horse Guards Parade.

24 Jul 2014

Upcoming road closures for Ride London, Friday 8 August - Monday 11 August

Road closure information for the Ride London event in St James's Park.

22 Jul 2014

Algal Blooms - Temporary Warning Notice

Following consistently warm weather the lake is showing signs of algal blooms.

21 Jul 2014

The new Smokehouse opens in Regent's Park

Award winning British restaurant, café and catering group, Benugo will re-open the café on the Broadwalk in Regent's Park under a new name, 'Smokehouse'.

16 Jul 2014

Sir David opens Attenborough Pond in Richmond Park and launches conservation appeal for Beverley Brook

Internationally renowned broadcaster and naturalist Sir David Attenborough, has formally opened the Attenborough Pond and launched a conservation appeal for Beverley Brook in Richmond Park.

11 Jul 2014

Books about Town benches make an appearance in Greenwich Park

Five benches shaped as open books, decorated by professional illustrators and local artists, have appeared in Greenwich Park for the public to enjoy.

11 Jul 2014

Four week closure of North Gate at Macclesfield Bridge, Regent's Park - 14 July 2014

The road at Macclesfield Bridge will be closed to vehicle traffic in both directions for 4 weeks from 14th July for the installation of new park gates

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28 Jul 2014

London's eight Royal Parks receive prestigious Green Flag Award

London's eight Royal Parks are among a record-breaking 1,476 parks and green spaces that will today receive a prestigious Green Flag Award.

25 Jul 2014

Road closures for Cancer Research Race for Life 

Cancer Research Race for Life returns on Sunday 27 July 2014.

24 Jul 2014

Restoration plans for Brompton Cemetery unveiled by The Royal Parks

Plans for a £5 million refurbishment of London's historic Brompton Cemetery have been unveiled by The Royal Parks.

24 Jul 2014

Horse Guards Road closures for Global Champions Tour, Wednesday 13 August - Saturday 16 August 2014

Find out about road closures during the Global Champions Tour event which is taking place on Horse Guards Parade.

24 Jul 2014

Upcoming road closures for Ride London, Friday 8 August - Monday 11 August

Road closure information for the Ride London event in St James's Park.

22 Jul 2014

Algal Blooms - Temporary Warning Notice

Following consistently warm weather the lake is showing signs of algal blooms.

21 Jul 2014

The new Smokehouse opens in Regent's Park

Award winning British restaurant, café and catering group, Benugo will re-open the café on the Broadwalk in Regent's Park under a new name, 'Smokehouse'.

16 Jul 2014

Sir David opens Attenborough Pond in Richmond Park and launches conservation appeal for Beverley Brook

Internationally renowned broadcaster and naturalist Sir David Attenborough, has formally opened the Attenborough Pond and launched a conservation appeal for Beverley Brook in Richmond Park.

11 Jul 2014

Books about Town benches make an appearance in Greenwich Park

Five benches shaped as open books, decorated by professional illustrators and local artists, have appeared in Greenwich Park for the public to enjoy.

11 Jul 2014

Four week closure of North Gate at Macclesfield Bridge, Regent's Park - 14 July 2014

The road at Macclesfield Bridge will be closed to vehicle traffic in both directions for 4 weeks from 14th July for the installation of new park gates

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