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Gorilla Circus Flying Trapeze School

On until 9 Sep 2018

Gorilla Circus flying Trapeze School returns for a summer of Flying Trapeze in Regents Park. Anyone can come and learn to fly in one of our two hour drop-in classes or courses, our youngest students are 8, our oldest (so far) 78!

The Regent's Park

Sports and Leisure

Free
Free school visit: Postcards from the Park's Past

Free school visits to discover history of Regent's Park in the First World War.

The Regent's Park

Education, History and Heritage

Free
Postcards from the Park's Past: Open Day

A day of activities for all to explore The Regent's Park role in the First World War.

The Regent's Park

Culture/Music and Arts, Education, History and Heritage, Special Events

Free
Postcards from the Park's Past: Open Day 2

A day of activities for all to explore The Regent's Park role in the First World War.

The Regent's Park

Culture/Music and Arts, Education, History and Heritage, Special Events

Paid
Urban Wild Plants

Wild plants in urban areas are often very different to their counterparts in the countryside. This course will explore these differences, in particular the diversity of non-natives in urban habitats often exceeds that of natives.

The Regent's Park

Education, Horticulture

Free

Hyde Park, Richmond Park, The Regent's Park, Kensington Gardens, Greenwich Park, Brompton Cemetery

Sports and Leisure

Paid
Meadows and Grassland Plants

Meadows and other grasslands present a range of plant communities and support a diversity of wildlife. Learn about hay meadows, their history, management, and identify some common plants and grasses.

The Regent's Park

Education, Horticulture

Rock Choir

Between 24th June and 2nd September, music-lovers can bring a picnic, grab a deckchair and catch weekly performances ranging from classic rock to big bands and jazz, while taking in views across the park’s boating lake and magnificent bedding displays. Visitors can simply turn up and enjoy the free concerts, which will take place from 3pm to 5pm every Sunday afternoon

The Regent's Park

Culture/Music and Arts, Education, History and Heritage, Special Events

Paid
Common British and Irish Plant Families 1: Cabbage, Carrot, Lily and Rose

Participants will be introduced to each family and their main vegetative and floral characteristics and then practice their identification skills, using keys, and examine the plants in the field.

The Regent's Park

Education, Horticulture

Jonny Ford Jazz Quintet

Between 24th June and 2nd September, music-lovers can bring a picnic, grab a deckchair and catch weekly performances ranging from classic rock to big bands and jazz, while taking in views across the park’s boating lake and magnificent bedding displays. Visitors can simply turn up and enjoy the free concerts, which will take place from 3pm to 5pm every Sunday afternoon

The Regent's Park

Education, History and Heritage, Special Events

The Heroes Band

Between 24th June and 2nd September, music-lovers can bring a picnic, grab a deckchair and catch weekly performances ranging from classic rock to big bands and jazz, while taking in views across the park’s boating lake and magnificent bedding displays. Visitors can simply turn up and enjoy the free concerts, which will take place from 3pm to 5pm every Sunday afternoon

The Regent's Park

Paid
Introduction to Plant Morphology

When trying to identify plants using keys, are you confused by botanical terms and can’t quite understand what terms like ligule, phyllary or stipule mean? Worse still, you can’t even find them on your specimen! This course aims to guide you through the basic elements of flowering plant anatomy and explain what some of the apparently tortuous language refers to.

The Regent's Park

Education, Horticulture

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