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Bushy Park

Drop-in Session and Guided Walks

Key information

Sunday 10 December, 10am - 3pm

Free

Bushy Park

Heritage

Nature

Come and join us on Sunday, 10 December, between 10am and 3pm to learn more about the latest Bushy Park Restoration Project.

Drop-in session   
Find out from the team what restoration works are proposed and let us know your views and feedback. 

You’ll find the team on Ash Walk, the area between the two Woodland Gardens, which is about a 10-minute walk from the Pheasantry Café.

Guided walks  
We’ll also be offering two guided walks courtesy of our Volunteer Rangers

The walks will highlight the wonderful habitats and wildlife that call Bushy Park their home. Have a look at all the work that is going on to ensure the perfect balance for nature. 

This walk is open to all ages and abilities.

To join us, please meet at the marquee in Ash Walk at the following times:

  • 11am
  • 2pm

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