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Slow down and take time to grow
Slow down and take time to grow

The allotments at Regent’s Park and Kensington Gardens grow fresh fruit and vegetables and are popular stops for…

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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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Kensington Gardens Allotment update
Kensington Gardens Allotment update

Update for National Gardening Week on the Kensington Gardens Alotment

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Top ten things to do in the Royal Parks this Christmas
Top ten things to do in the Royal Parks this Christmas

This season, we have several helpings of festive cheer in The Royal Parks to help you prepare for the big day.

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Brambles, Bumblebees, and a Haiku of Hate
Brambles, Bumblebees, and a Haiku of Hate

One hot summer a few years ago, I was helping with a bumblebee survey, using sweep nets to catch and identify…

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Celebrating our volunteers
Celebrating our volunteers

Volunteers in the Royal Parks talk about what they do and why they love doing it

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New research suggests world’s insects are in devastating decline
New research suggests world’s insects are in devastating…

Why we should be worried that the world's insect numbers are in decline

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Top five things to do this half term in the Royal Parks
Top five things to do this half term in the Royal Parks

We have a host of half term activities to keep the children entertained. Some arty, some educational – all fun.

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Royal Parsnip Soup
Royal Parsnip Soup

A chance meeting at Kensington Garden Allotment leads to a royal recipe

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Who's that girl? Unravelling the mystery of women workers in the Parks
Who's that girl? Unravelling the mystery of women workers…

Ruth, a volunteer with The Royal Parks in the First World War, unravels the story of a young woman captured in an image …

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