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As has been the case everywhere during the COVID-19 lockdown, the Bushy Park Visitor Centre has been closed. It is operated by volunteers from the Friends, on behalf of The Royal Parks. Our volunteers are aware that the service they provide through informing and educating visitors to the two parks has been absent.
From Tuesday 14 July, we will re-open public car parks on weekdays only. As Chestnut Avenue will remain closed to through-traffic, visitors will need to access parking from the closest gate. Please note: all car parks will be closed on Saturdays and Sundays.
In celebration of the NHS’ 72nd birthday, The Royal Parks charity has created two special flowerbeds in front of Buckingham Palace, containing 45,000 white and blue flowers.
As the Visitor Centre has been closed, we have been unable to sell the Bushy Park honey which many of you love. The beekeepers have had to deal with a few mishaps during the Spring, with some damage and disasters affecting several hives.
Parents are being urged by The Royal Parks not to put their children in harm’s way by posing with stags during the rutting season.
The rise in popularity of social media, and the availability…
Please take this advice very seriously as we have had reported a number of incidents of deer attacking walkers with dogs , in fact they are protecting the young so doing what comes naturally but having been a recent victim it is extremely frightening…