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International Women's Day 2018
International Women's Day 2018

Celebrating International Women's Day with events in Hyde Park and Brompton Cemetery on 8 and 10 March.

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Cabbages or cricket? The fight for Greenwich Park's wartime allotment
Cabbages or cricket? The fight for Greenwich Park's wartime …

Allotments established in the Parks in WW1 disappeared again not long after the First World War. Barbara, a WW1…

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Worms of Britain
Worms of Britain

Anthony Roach from the Earthworm Society of Britain talks about all things earthworm and what we can do to help our…

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The WW1 Boys of Brompton
The WW1 Boys of Brompton

Grace went to the military plot at Brompton Cemetery and investigated the stories of a few men who are buried there,…

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To Grow Or Not To Grow: Choosing vegetables for our WW1 allotment
To Grow Or Not To Grow: Choosing vegetables for our WW1…

Sue, a Royal Parks WW1 research volunteer, interviewed Mike, a volunteer at the Kensington Gardens allotment, about the …

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Never Too Old: Changing our perceptions of First World War recruits
Never Too Old: Changing our perceptions of First World War…

Barbara, one of our Royal Parks in the First World War volunteers and a researcher for the Friends of Greenwich Park,…

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Life in Brompton Cemetery
Life in Brompton Cemetery

The early results of wildlife surveys of Brompton Cemetery show a habitat that’s teeming with life.

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Deeds Not Words: Commemorating Emmeline Pankhurst at Brompton Cemetery
Deeds Not Words: Commemorating Emmeline Pankhurst at…

Grace, one of our Royal Parks in the First World War research volunteers, and Eleanor, our WW1 Project Officer, tell us …

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Deeds Not Words: Commemorating Emmeline Pankhurst at Brompton Cemetery
Deeds Not Words: Commemorating Emmeline Pankhurst at…

Grace, one of our Royal Parks in the First World War research volunteers, and Eleanor, our WW1 Project Officer, tell us …

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Antics in Richmond Park
Antics in Richmond Park

Richmond Park is probably best known for its majestic deer herds that roam the landscape. However there is another…

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