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Greenwich Park Revealed is a four-year project. Click the timeline below to discover what's happening when.

  1. 2021

    2021
    Recruit Team
    Recruit a community archaeologist, a Senior Landscape Architect/Landscape Project Manager, a Student/Graduate Landscape Architect and a Project Support Officer to join our experts and deliver Greenwich Park Revealed
    Develop architectural landscape designs
    Submit planning application for the new learning centre design and community facilities in the North East of the park – opening up new parkland to the public. Prepare detailed architectural drawings to deliver the major restoration of the Baroque landscape, in consultation with experts such as Historic England
    Volunteering & pre-apprenticeship placements
    Offer placements once restrictions lifted
    Cultural events – music & theatre
    Host summer music concerts and theatre alongside our partners, Tramshed (depending on the coronavirus pandemic)
    Create wildlife pond
    Creating a wildlife pond in the North-East of the park for learning activities such as pond dipping
    Grassland management & habitat creation
    Restoring the acid grassland in the deer park and planting natïve wildflowers. Creating mounds for scrub and wildflower planting
    Community archaeology project
    Project planned
    Mobility buggy service
    Provide better access across the park
    Car free day community activities
    Selection of community activities planned
    Tree planting
    Avenue tree planting
  2. 2022

    Pavillion café improvements
    Relandscaping around the Pavillion café to deliver a more attractive environment and better serve visitors
    Tree management and planting
    Restoring the damaged and dying historic tree avenues
    Arts and culture summer events
    Sumer activities to include music concerts, a community Opera, and family sing-along cinema, dance projects
    Volunteering & pre-apprenticeships and student placements
    Offer placements
    Community archaeology project
    Project planned
    Mobility buggy scheme
    Provide better access across the park
    Car free day community activities
    Community activities planned
    Vanbrugh Lodge café and community facilities construction
    Deliver Vanbrugh Lodge Community café, create community garden and community facilities with new accessible toilets
    Start new classroom construction
    Begin construction of new Learning Centre
  3. 2023

    Major landscape restoration begins
    Begin work to restore the eroded 17th Century Baroque landscape viewed from the Queen’s House, including the grass Giant Steps
    Wilderness Centre
    Transform the Wilderness Centre into a modern community facility with accessible toilets
    Dance in the Park summer classes
    Summer open-air dance classes by the General Wolfe Statue
    Opening of new Learning Centre
    With a programme of activities
    Volunteering & pre-apprenticeships and student placements
    Offer placements
    Community archaeology project
    Project planned
    Learning Trails and Natural Play area created
    Create natural play areas in the North-East of the park to boost opportunities for outdoor learning and discovery
    Tree management and planting
    Restoring the damaged and dying historic tree avenues
    Mobility buggy service
    Provide better access across the park
    Community activity programme
    Community wellbeing, learning, and arts and crafts activities
    Interpretation installed
    Install new signage and interpretation across the park to reveal the historic stories and the wonderful natural landscape
    Car free day community activities
    Selection of community activities planned
  4. 2024

    Theatre & music finale
    Buckle up for memorable community activities!
    Dance in the Park
    Classes at the General Wolfe Statue
    Volunteering & pre-apprenticeship placements
    Offer placements once restrictions lifted
    Mobility buggy service
    Provide better access across the park
    Outdoor Learning Centre activities
    A programme of community activities
    General Wolfe statue landscaping work begins
    Provide an accessible and improved viewing platform to take in the magnificent view to the Queen’s House. Open up new community space in the concreted area behind the statue for events and activities with improved catering facilities
    Car free day community activities
    Selection of community activities planned
    Completion & celebrations!
    The project will complete this year and we hope you will enjoy visiting the park for years to come to share the incredible stories of the past and to learn about and discover the natural environment. We invite you to join us in our celebrations!

    We hope to continue to deliver much of our volunteering activities

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