News & Blogs
A message of support from our Patron, HRH The Prince of Wales
We are delighted to share a message from our Patron, HRH The Prince of Wales, lending his support to the Royal Parks Foundation’s campaign to restore the Cherry Tree Avenue in the Regent’s Park.
The hedgehogs of Regent’s Park need your help
Hedgehogs are one of the nation’s favourite species, but sadly their population has been declining alarmingly throughout the country over the last 15 years. And they need our help.
Running for the trees!
In three weeks’ time, Regent’s Park Manager, Nick Biddle, will run the infamous 26.2 mile London Marathon in aid of an historic avenue of cherry trees in The Regent’s Park.
Get creative in the Parks this summer
Are you a budding landscape artist? The Parks, trees and natural scenery are the perfect opportunity for you to get creative and paint your very own landscape scene. This summer award winning artist Henrietta Simson is running some landscape art classes h
Cameron Pearce's top 5 photographic secrets
Cameron Pearce, expert wildlife photographer and facilitator of our Photography Masterclass shares his top five photographic secrets to snap that perfect shot.
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