Moth Identification in Regent’s Park

PHCA weekly walks By Maureen Betts Have you heard of Mission: Invertebrate, a project launched by the Royal Parks in 2017 to enrich wildlife in London’s largest and busiest green spaces? Their Partnership and Community Engagement Officer is May Webber,…

Categories: Environment, Events, Nature

Freedom Day?

After a year of disrupted schooling and university, no opportunity to travel, few job prospects and soaring mental health referrals, many young people have struggled this year. So it’s not surprising that when restrictions relaxed to allow groups of up…

Message from the Royal Parks

The parks are strictly open for exercise only. No matter how sunny it is, please don’t be tempted to come for a picnic or to soak up the rays A Royal Parks spokesperson, said: “The parks are strictly open for…

Categories: COVID-19

Cycling on Primrose Hill

By Stephen Robinson. The other day I was walking our cocker spaniel on Primrose Hill when an ugly altercation played out right in front of me. A young man on a bike was cycling up to the top of the…

Categories: Feature, Local Issues