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The Royal Parks seeks new horticultural talent with recruitment drive for prestigious scheme

The Royal Parks charity is throwing open its doors to this year’s class of new apprentices, offering the chance to train with horticultural experts and help care for London’s precious eight historic Royal Parks.

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New bench appeal for Pembroke Lodge Gardens
New bench appeal for Pembroke Lodge Gardens

The Royal Parks is replacing benches within Pembroke Lodge Gardens. Many of the benches are over 40 years old and their condition is such that they now need to be replaced. If you are interested in dedicating one of these new benches please get in

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Shocking video emerges of a dog attacking a deer
Shocking video emerges of a dog attacking a deer

Dramatic footage has emerged of a dog attacking a red female deer (hind) in Richmond Park. In the video, brave cyclists can be seen acting as human shields to protect the deer from further attack from the dog. Despite their heroic efforts, the hind

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UK’s locked-down city
UK’s locked-down city

The Royal Parks charity is launching a ‘Welcome Winter’ campaign, inviting city-dwellers to help beat those lockdown blues and stay well over the coming months by simply taking a 20-minute walk in their local green space every day.

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Advice for Primrose Hill visitors during the bonfire night and festive period
Advice for Primrose Hill visitors during the bonfire night and festive period

In the run-up to the bonfire night and festive period The Royal Parks and Metropolitan Police are reminding people that they must not gather or bring fireworks or paper lanterns to Primrose Hill.

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20mph speed limit adopted in central Royal Parks
20mph speed limit adopted in central Royal Parks

The Royal Parks charity has adopted 20mph speed limits in all its central parks. The move reflects a broader shift across London, aligning the park road speed limit with many nearby outer roads.

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Don’t take risks with rutting deer, The Royal Parks warns visitors
Don’t take risks with rutting deer, The Royal Parks warns visitors

The Royal Parks is urging visitors to Bushy and Richmond Parks to be extra vigilant and keep a minimum distance of 50 metres away during the annual deer rut.

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