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The Royal Parks launches recruitment drive for Volunteer Rangers
The Royal Parks launches recruitment drive for Volunteer Rangers

The Royal Parks charity is on the lookout for enthusiastic and chatty nature-lovers to become Volunteer Rangers in Richmond and Bushy Parks.

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The Royal Parks declares a climate emergency
The Royal Parks declares a climate emergency

The Royal Parks charity has declared a climate emergency as it strives to improve its sustainable practices and reduce its carbon footprint.

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Greenwich Park receives National Lottery millions to protect World  Heritage Site
Greenwich Park receives National Lottery millions to protect World Heritage Site

The Royal Parks charity has secured a £4.5m grant from The National Lottery Heritage Fund and The National Lottery Community Fund for its ‘Greenwich Park Revealed’ project. This will help to protect and future-proof the heritage site, which is

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Volunteers discover underground WW2 bunker and model soldier in Greenwich Park community dig
Volunteers discover underground WW2 bunker and model soldier in Greenwich Park community dig

A community archaeology dig has uncovered an intact World War 2 air-raid shelter in Greenwich Park, containing a toy soldier made of lead, announced The Royal Parks charity today.

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Bushy Park Diary - January 2020
Bushy Park Diary - January 2020

Bushy Park diary for January 2020

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Bushy Park to receive one of Newton’s eight space saplings
Bushy Park to receive one of Newton’s eight space saplings

A celestial tree with roots that intertwine with Isaac Newton’s discovery of gravity, is to be planted in the Woodland Gardens in Bushy Park.

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Best overall 2019 Royal Parks apprentice goes to Jamie Gould
Best overall 2019 Royal Parks apprentice goes to Jamie Gould

Congratulation to Jamie Gould, who won the George Cook award at the recent The Royal Parks Guild Apprenticeship Awards.

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Serpentine Island Habitat Improvement
Serpentine Island Habitat Improvement

Serpentine Island is one of the few locations in the central London Royal Parks that remains undisturbed by human traffic. However, even these seemingly untouched habitats are heavily influenced by human activity. Consequently they are not subject

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Bushy Park Diary - December 2019
Bushy Park Diary - December 2019

Bushy Park diary for December 2019

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