Primrose Hill and Regent’s Park have been awarded a Green Flag award this year which is the international quality mark for parks and green spaces.
In the past two years, parks and green spaces have played a vital role for people through lockdowns as a place to relax, exercise, and meet friends and family safely. The news that the Royal Parks have achieved the Green Flag Award is testament to the hard work and dedication of the teams that make these green spaces a great place that everyone can enjoy.
Nicholas Petridis, The Royal Parks’ Landscape Management Officer, said:
“Once again, we have shown that our staff deliver exceptional work and maintain these parks at the very highest standards to welcome visitors.”
London’s Royal Parks have been recognised as among the best in the UK and all the Royal Parks have also achieved the Green Heritage Site Accreditation, supported by Historic England, for the management of its historic features.
Petridis added: “We are proud to celebrate the fantastic support of our community volunteers and our apprentices to share their valuable contribution with the judges.”