anybody fancy tree hugging walks?….. 6th Mar 11- 1pm
Once known as Marylebone Park and appropriated by Henry VIII for a hunting ground, John Nash created the ornamental Regent’s Park we now know for the Prince Regent (later King George IV) in the 1830’s. Be taken around this fabulous Royal Park by a volunteer tree expert and qualified arborist, as they point out the variety of unusual specimens and rare breeds, some of which there are only a handful of in the UK.
Saturday 6th March
11am – 1pm
Meeting at Chalk Farm Tube Station
Please note that there is also a regular walking group in Regent’s Park every Wednesday 11am leaving from Chalk Farm Tube Station (Northern Line)..
Please call me on 020 7974 6981 or David Mitchell 07966 746 588 for more details.
Warm regards
Anna Ware
Healthy Communities Development Officer
Regeneration and Partnerships
Culture and Environment
London Borough of Camden
Telephone:   020 7974 6981
Mobile:          077 6636 7572
7th floor
Town Hall Extension (Environment)
Argyle Street
London WC1H 8EQ


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