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‘Lockdown litter’ up by a third as The Royal Parks collects ‘20 London buses’ of rubbish in June alone
‘Lockdown litter’ up by a third as The Royal Parks collects ‘20 London buses’ of rubbish in June alone

Soaring lockdown littering levels led to an astonishing 258.4* tonnes of rubbish collected from London’s eight Royal Parks in June alone - the equivalent in weight of 20** new London buses, or 74 elephants.

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‘Lockdown litter’ up by a third as The Royal Parks collects ‘20 London buses’ of rubbish in June alone
‘Lockdown litter’ up by a third as The Royal Parks collects ‘20 London buses’ of rubbish in June alone

Soaring lockdown littering levels led to an astonishing 258.4* tonnes of rubbish collected from London’s eight Royal Parks in June alone - the equivalent in weight of 20** new London buses, or 74 elephants.

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Loyd Grossman, CBE, re
Loyd Grossman, CBE, re

Loyd Grossman CBE, FSA, has been appointed for a second four-year term as Chairman of The Royal Parks (TRP).

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Loyd Grossman, CBE, re
Loyd Grossman, CBE, re

Loyd Grossman CBE, FSA, has been appointed for a second four-year term as Chairman of The Royal Parks (TRP).

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The Royal Parks launches Movement Strategy
The Royal Parks launches Movement Strategy

Following wide-ranging consultation and input from the public, transport partners and local boroughs, The Royal Parks charity has today launched its Movement Strategy and has announced details of five projects it intends to trial later in the year.

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The Royal Parks unveils birthday gift to the NHS in front of Buckingham Palace
The Royal Parks unveils birthday gift to the NHS in front of Buckingham Palace

In celebration of the NHS’ 72nd birthday, The Royal Parks charity has created two special flowerbeds in front of Buckingham Palace, containing 45,000 white and blue flowers.

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A statement on public memorials
A statement on public memorials

A statement on public memorials from The Royal Parks

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‘Dogs on leads’ to be compulsory during deer birthing season in Bushy and Richmond Parks
‘Dogs on leads’ to be compulsory during deer birthing season in Bushy and Richmond Parks

Deer birthing season is officially underway in Bushy and Richmond Parks. From the 18 May until the 6 July 2020, dogs must be on leads when being walked in these parks. Please plan your route in advance to avoid deer birthing areas.

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The Royal Parks welcomes visitors but warns it’s not ‘business as usual’
The Royal Parks welcomes visitors but warns it’s not ‘business as usual’

The Royal Parks welcomes visitors to the parks to boost wellbeing but warns that a relaxation of lockdown measures does not mean ‘business as usual’, and they should plan their trip in advance as well as respect other visitors and the parks.

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