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Make a gift and see the difference.
There are always areas that would benefit from a little bit of extra help and support across the 5,000 acres of The Royal Parks and your gift can make a big difference.
We know that most people feel a special affection for a particular Park, so we’re always pleased to tailor-make projects with donors, working with the Park Managers who know where your help is most needed.
You can see below how two current supporters have made a difference in their local park.
If their stories inspire you, please contact Jess on 020 7036 8053 or email [email protected] for an informal chat about how you too can get involved and how your gift can be appropriately acknowledged.
Boosting wildlife in Primrose Hill
A generous gift from a local donor has helped the Regent’s Park team to extend and thicken the hedgerow north of Barrow Hill Reservoir and plant new trees and shrubs on the northern face of The Hill. The British native species plants not only add to the rural character of The Hill but also create valuable habitat for wildlife, particularly birds and insects, providing food, nesting sites and shelter.
Arrr, Me Hearties!
The Diana Memorial Playground in Kensington Gardens was created as a permanent memorial to Diana, Princess of Wales, recognising her enduring love of children.
After many years of enthusiastic use, the playground needed some extra care and attention to replace much-loved equipment and introduce some additional features. The crow’s nest on Captain Hook’s Pirate Ship was renewed and the rigging replaced thanks to a generous gift from parents celebrating their daughter’s fifth birthday.