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From My Home - Royal Parks - Royal Parks (CD)

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  1. The Royal Parks in World War 1 Play all Three short audio interviews (with accompanying photographs) featuring relatives of former Royal Parks' staff who lost their lives during World War One.
  2. About us. The Royal Parks is a charity created in March and officially launched in July to support and manage 5, acres of Royal parkland across London.
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  4. The Royal Parks is the charity responsible for managing and preserving over 5, acres of historic parkland across London, including valuable conservation areas and important habitats for.
  5. Park Royal is located ideally for anyone wanting to discover some of Hampshire's best coastline and countryside. The village of Hamble with its quaint cobbled streets offer an alternative shopping and dining experience, steeped in history.
  6. The huge success of this project has led to an excellent relationship with The Royal Parks and much repeat business over the years. Other contracts for this client include the testing and equipping of another deep chalk well with a 32 l/s capacity pump used to top up the famous Serpentine Lake, the acre recreational swimming venue in Hyde Park.
  7. It is home to a large Polish community, as evidenced by the establishment of St Stanislaus of Cracow Catholic Church. Other ethnic groups represented include Italian, Croatian, Bosnian, Irish, Macedonian and Greek. At that time there was still a tribe of Aborigines living around the wetlands west of Royal Park that is now the suburb of West Lakes.
  8. The parks are policed by the Royal Parks Operational Command Unit of the Metropolitan Police (the English section of the previous force policing the parks, the Royal Parks Constabulary, has been abolished). Some funding for the Royal Parks comes from a central government grant.

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