The Hyde Park Relays is one of the UK's largest student relay races and is now in its 67th year.
On until 20 Feb 2016
Discover why bees see patterns we can't, taste honey produced in one of London's Royal Parks, and walk through a room full of flowers in The National Gallery. Between 17-20 February, A Right Royal Buzz, will take place across three venues in London - Duck Island Cottage in St James's Park, and two nearby art institutions, The National Gallery and Mall Galleries.
Now in its third year, the annual HHUGS Winter Walk is back and bigger than ever! We invite brave souls with generous hearts to wrap up warm, defy the wintry chills and don your best walking shoes to take on a 5 mile challenge, to provide relief for some of the UK’s most vulnerable families this winter.
During the winter months broadleaved trees and shrubs are bereft of the leaves and flowers which help identification during spring and summer. Using the extensive collection of specimen trees and shrubs in Bushy Park we will look at features of buds and twigs to identify the more common species.
Ovarian Cancer Action is organising a sponsored walk on Sunday 28th February to launch our fundraising campaign ‘Walk In Her Name’.
Join the Friends of Richmond Park for a free guided walk around Richmond Park starting from Kingston Gate car park at 10:00am. Everyone is welcome.
Peter Burrows-Smith from Friends of Richmond Park is hosting Spring Birds and Bird Song course at Pembroke Lodge. Course starts at 10am, includes 30 minute talk indoors followed by 2 hour walk around the park. Free for Friends members, £10 for non-members.
There's more to conifers than Leylandii and Christmas trees and the British Isles is a second home to many exotic species from around the world. The extensive collection of specimen coniferous trees in Bushy Park gives us an excellent resource to look at features such as leaves, bark, and cones are be used to identify the more common species.
Join the Friends of Richmond Park for a free guided walk around Richmond Park starting from Roehampton Gate car park at 10:00am. Everyone is welcome.
This course is for those who have had little or no experience in both watercolour painting and botanical illustration. Every stage from drawing outlines to making finishing touches will be carefully demonstrated and explained to give you confidence in your skills and encourage you to develop them further.