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A Growing Community
A Growing Community

Londoners have been rediscovering the Royal Parks allotments over recent months, with visitors often confessing that…

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Music to watch trees by: Concerts in The Royal Parks
Music to watch trees by: Concerts in The Royal Parks

During July, Hyde Park should be humming to the strains of the British Summer Time festival. Cancelled, due to…

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Litter in our parks
Litter in our parks

Litter is up 30%-50% in the Royal Parks and we need people to take their litter home

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The water features of Hyde Park and Kensington Gardens
The water features of Hyde Park and Kensington Gardens

The water features of Hyde Park and Kensington Gardens are popular with wildlife and people alike. But there’s a lot…

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Rotten Row
Rotten Row

Despite its name Rotten Row is a peaceful, sandy bridleway running the length of Hyde Park’s south side. But over many…

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Top ways to bring the Royal Parks to you
Top ways to bring the Royal Parks to you

We recognise not everyone can come to the Royal Parks right now, so we want to bring the Royal Parks to you. Be…

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Digging Deep for Victory: The Royal Parks in World War Two
Digging Deep for Victory: The Royal Parks in World War Two

Even after 75 years, we are familiar with images of jubilant crowds packed on to the Mall and outside Buckingham Palace …

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Henry VIII and the Royal Parks
Henry VIII and the Royal Parks

Possibly England’s most recognisable monarch, King Henry VIII has connections to almost all of London’s eight Royal…

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Hedgehog Highway
Hedgehog Highway

Did you know that hedgehogs can travel up to a mile each night to find food to eat? Sadly, they are declining in cities …

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Kensington Gardens Allotment update
Kensington Gardens Allotment update

Update for National Gardening Week on the Kensington Gardens Alotment

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