The Royal Parks is urging visitors to Bushy and Richmond Parks to be extra vigilant and keep a minimum distance of 50metres away during the annual deer rut.
From Tuesday May 4 May until Monday 2 August 2021, dogs will be required to be on a lead in all areas of Richmond and Bushy Parks. This is to protect both deer and dogs during deer birthing season.
The Royal Parks announced today it intends to proceed with proposals to introduce parking charges in Richmond and Bushy Parks, bringing them in line with its parking policy across the rest of the Royal Parks and with many other similar public
The Royal Parks is urging visitors to Bushy and Richmond Parks to be extra vigilant and keep a minimum distance of 50 metres away during the annual deer rut.
The Royal Parks charity (TRP) has begun five important trials to reduce cut-through motor traffic on park roads. This includes making The Mall car-free on weekends during daylight hours, and opening up new car-free spaces for visitors to enjoy the
The Royal Parks is reminding visitors to Richmond and Bushy Parks that deer are wild and unpredictable animals, following a resurgence of deer feeding by the public post lockdown.
Deer birthing season is officially underway in Bushy and Richmond Parks. From the 18 May until the 6 July 2020, dogs must be on leads when being walked in these parks. Please plan your route in advance to avoid deer birthing areas.
Media statement from The Royal Parks on Storm Dennis - Hyde Park; Richmond Park; The Regent's Park; Kensington Gardens; Greenwich Park; St James's Park; Bushy Park; Green Park; Brompton Cemetery; Victoria Tower Gardens
Ahead of Storm Dennis, there are currently no plans to close any of London’s eight Royal Parks this weekend, but we continue to monitor the forecast closely.