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Mandela's special connection to the Royal Parks

Nelson Mandela first visited the Royal Parks on a bright summer's morning in July 1996. At 7.30am a crowd gathered to…

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The Tiger who came to Tea – View from Greenwich Park

If you keep your eyes peeled, you might be lucky enough to see a tiger in the playground of Greenwich Park - the…

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A year on

The excitement for the Games had been building long before they began in July 2012. The Royal Parks teams had been…

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Queen Mary's Garden welcomes Stephen the Elephant

Floral Elephant arrives in Regent's Park.

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Wildflower meadows in decline - not in Hyde Park!

Traditionally visitors to Hyde Park would expect to see formal flower displays - there are still plenty of those but in …

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Spring sunshine brings a surge of improvements to Richmond…

Spring sunshine brings a surge of improvements to Richmond Park

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I'm overjoyed to see rare birds in our parks

Back in January birdwatchers from around London were all a flutter with the sighting of a pair of Bearded Tits – the…

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Spring restoration underway in Hyde Park

The Royal Parks are now overseeing a team of specialist contractors and gardeners that will restore Hyde Park to an…

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Rolling out the green carpet in Greenwich Park

Rolling out the green carpet in Greenwich Park. Just after the equestrian cross country day on 31st July our gardeners…

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Linda reflects on a visit to Sydney's Centennial Parklands

The Royal Parks Chief Executive Linda Lennon reflects on the similarities between Sydney's Centennial Parklands.

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