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What's On...

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Hartbeeps: Baby Bells (Feb 20th - Mar 27th)

On until 27 Mar 2018

Babies are taken on a themed journey in a warm, sensory inspired room, guided by friendly Hartbeeps staff. Set to music and nursery rhymes, props and accessories will help children of any age develop their confidence and allow an even stronger bond between baby and adult to form.

Hyde Park

Special Events

Paid
Hartbeeps: Baby Beeps (Feb 20th - Mar 27th)

On until 27 Mar 2018

Our 6 week long Baby Beeps courses are held on Tuesday mornings, in a magical sensory room, at The Lookout in Hyde Park.

Hyde Park

Education, Special Events

Paid
Survival Skills - Campfire Building

Warm up round an open fire this winter.

Hyde Park

Special Events, Wildlife

Free
Isabella Plantation Walk

You are invited to join the gardeners for guided walks of the Isabella Plantation. Walks last about 1.5 hours and are free of charge.

Richmond Park

Education, Horticulture

Free
Guided walk of Richmond Park

Join the Friends of Richmond Park for a free guided walk around Richmond Park starting from Kingston Gate car park at 10:00am. Everyone is welcome.

Richmond Park

Education, Wildlife

The Big Half

The Big Half: a half marathon starting at Tower Bridge and finishing in Greenwich, passing through the boroughs of Southwark, Tower Hamlets, Lewisham and Greenwich.

Greenwich Park

Sports and Leisure

Free
International Women's Day at Brompton Cemetery

The South London Botanical Institute join the Friends of Brompton Cemetery to commemorate International Women's Day focusing on one of our most important residents at Brompton Cemetery, Emmeline Pankhurst.

Brompton Cemetery

Education, Special Events

Free
The Amazing Women of Brompton Cemetery

Explore the amazing hidden her-stories within Brompton Cemetery, from well known policial activists such as Emmeline Pankhurst to fashion icons such as Luisa Casati.

Brompton Cemetery

Education, Special Events

Paid
Walking Tour: Protest and Power: Women in Hyde Park

From Queens to pickpockets, petticoat deulists to protesters, this historical walk will explore the hidden stories of woman in the park from it's inception to today.

Hyde Park

History and Heritage, Special Events

Paid
Introduction to Coniferous Trees

The extensive collection of specimen coniferous trees in Bushy Park gives us an excellent resource to look at features such as leaves, bark, and cones which can be used to identify the more common species.

Bushy Park

Education, Horticulture

Paid
Introducing Lichens

Lichens are remarkable, often beautiful and can be found in a vast range of locations. Based in The Regent’s Park, we will look at the basic structure of lichens, concentrating on the main features used in identification.

The Regent's Park

Education, Wildlife

Paid
Bird song: Small birds and spring migrants (Friends of Richmond Park)

Join the Friends of Richmond Park for a course on birds in the park. Courses are a 30 minutes talk indoors followed by a 2 hour walk around the park.

Richmond Park

Education, Wildlife

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