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Bring on the National Park City!

Posted by Nick Gardner on February 19, 2018

London as a national park city? No chance, surely? What was once a fanciful idea is going to become a reality. This month the scheme secured the support of the Mayor of London, members of the London Assembly AND the majority of London’s 654 local council ward teams (that’s a lot of backing!). All this means that the ... Continue reading »


A network of community projects based around the theme of Parks & Open Spaces

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Friends of Princes Park

The aims of the Friends of Princes Park (FOPP) are to: Improve Princes Park for recreation, health and the pleasure of all its users; Facilitate local communities’ involvement in the management and maintenance of the park landscape, structures and other features; Raise the profile of the park’s historic status.

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Why do you love your park?

How do I love thee? Let me count the ways...Keep Britain Tidy's Love Parks Week is back (14-23 July 2017) and we at Project Dirt could list a number of reasons as to why we #LoveParks! They are a hub of community activity and a place to gather for free, they bring much needed pockets of peace, they are a hip and happening spot for local bio-diversity and they quite literally provide a breath of fresh air for all park dwellers (especially for those in busy cities!). You can go for a run, have a picnic, or go for slow walks to stop and smell the roses.We would love to hear the reasons why you love your park. Share your pictures, stories, and reasons with us on your Project Dirt profile and of course tag @projectdirt and @KeepBritainTidy making sure to use the official #LoveParks hashtag!




Survival Skills - Wild Food and Foraging

10:00, Saturday 24th March

Hosted by: Murielle Timbo

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