The Royal Parks charity is launching a campaign urging visitors to ‘Help Nature Thrive’ in some of the capital’s largest and busiest green spaces.
From Tuesday May 4 May until Monday 2 August 2021, dogs will be required to be on a lead in all areas of Richmond and Bushy Parks. This is to protect both deer and dogs during deer birthing season.
On behalf of the trustees and staff of The Royal Parks, I would like to send our deepest sympathies to Her Majesty The Queen and other members of The Royal Family, following the death of His Royal Highness The Duke of Edinburgh.
The Royal Parks announced today it intends to proceed with proposals to introduce parking charges in Richmond and Bushy Parks, bringing them in line with its parking policy across the rest of the Royal Parks and with many other similar public
Visitors to London’s open spaces are being urged to follow social distancing rules this weekend to prevent a spike in COVID-19 infections.
The Royal Parks charity will retain measures to reduce the impact of cut-through traffic for another year. This follows the completion of traffic-related trials across five parks to create new car-free spaces for people to enjoy.
The Royal Parks shares revised plans for new learning centre and community facilities in Greenwich Park - Greenwich Park; Greenwich Park Revealed - The Royal Parks
The Royal Parks charity has unveiled revised plans for a learning centre and improved visitor facilities which will increase public access and inspire local people to discover Greenwich Park’s fascinating heritage and wildlife.