"Nature" blog posts:
- 25 February 2015
Top 5 things to do in London's Parks this spring
Spring is coming which means very soon the days will be longer and hopefully sunnier giving you the perfect opportunity to get out in the Royal Parks! There are lots of exciting events and activities that you can be a part of, from yoga in Hyde Park to gu
- 10 February 2015
15 easy ideas for Random Acts of Kindness
Imagine if, just for one week, all of your social media feeds were flooded with acts kindness, uplifting stories, inspiring quotes, kind comments… wouldn't it be lovely? Well, that’s the aim of #RAKWeek2015 and we’re here with our quick and simple ways yo
- 12 January 2015
10 ways to get fit and healthy in London's parks
Exploring the great outdoors is great for your health and well-being. In fact just being in a park is proven to lower your heart rate and blood pressure. So make it your mission to get outdoors and enjoy your local parks more this year! Get some inspira
- 9 December 2014
7 reasons to visit Brompton Cemetery
This glorious garden cemetery is is loved by locals as well as visitors to the city, find out why.
- 23 October 2014
Late night volunteering to capture hedgehogs on film
Yusuf is a young film maker who kindly donated his skills and time to help conserve London's hedgehogs as part of a research project in The Regent's Park.
- 11 July 2014
Swanning Around in St James’s Park
This summer, two black swans have moved from Surrey to central London to take up residence in St James's Park lake.
- 24 October 2013
Bulbs to brighten up the Serpentine
The day Eugenie planted daffodil bulbs, learnt about the life cycles of plants and identified trees, as part of Green Fingers in the Park, inspired her to get gardening in her own back yard!
- 23 October 2013
Whatever the Weather!
Last week, Giovanna and Sarah braved the cold and wet to help fellow students plant daffodils in Hyde Park so visitors and wildlife can enjoy these beautiful yellow flowers next spring and for many years to come.
- 22 March 2013
Hundreds of school children + a healthy dose of enthusiasm + thousands of bluebells = a new wildflower meadow!
To mark the start of spring and the launch of our new programme ‘Green Fingers in the Park’, this week 400 local school children donned wheelbarrows, picked up their tools and got their hands dirty to plant thousands of new native bluebells in Hyde Park.