A Walk in the Park – Lungs of London!

Screen Shot 2014-07-08 at 09.41.20The Royal Parks Foundation charity is inviting Londoners to take a walk through Kensington Gardens to find out about the rich variety of tree life from common natives to unusual exotics introduced over the centuries.

These trees support an abundance of birds and other wildlife, while also functioning as important pollution controllers.

The park’s great avenues have historical significance whether providing a pathway to the Great Exhibition of 1851 or creating fashionable walkways for the Georgian rich and famous.

Escape the stress of the city for an hour and a half, get some fresh air amongst our green giants and join the Isis Education team as they share their knowledge of our wonderful trees.

The walk takes place on Friday July 18 at noon and will finish at 1.30pm.

Meeting at the Italian Gardens near Lancaster Gate (nearest tube station Lancaster Gate on the Central Line).

Book today for £5 to enjoy this walk and help support the Royal Parks at the same time!

 

 

Charity Number: 1118616 | Company Number: 4323551