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The Regent’s Park spans more than 395 acres of glorious parkland and is home to a wealth of hidden natural treasures from 100 different bird species to more than 12,000 roses. 

To help keep the park looking beautiful we’re planning to reinstate the cherry trees on Chester Road, one of the main gateways to the park. And we are delighted to announce that our Patron, HRH The Prince of Wales is lending his support to the Royal Parks Foundation’s campaign to restore the 'Cherry Tree Avenue'.

Read the full message of support from HRH The Prince of Wales.

Find out more about our restoration project and how you can help us Bring Back the Blossom to Chester Road.

22 April 2015

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