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In an interview for the Daily Telegraph on Monday 28 December 2015, Jools Holland compares the BBC to “museums, royal parks and public swimming baths.” I think that’s a compliment.

Through research by Royal Parks Guild we are able to present a talk for any organisation on the role of the parks during the Great War. For details click here.

h1. Our Activities

Guild members on our tour of Osterley Park

From the start our members most wanted to be kept informed of news about The Royal Parks and to keep in touch with former colleagues and others associated with the parks. They all had one thing in common - a desire to keep the parks at the forefront of horticultural, landscape and cultural excellence.

!/perch/resources/trpg-design-park5-14-061-b-w640h480.jpg! Guild master classes run in partnership with The Royal Parks

For some this would take the form of becoming a volunteer or assist The Royal Parks in its activities or perhaps supporting the apprenticeship scheme or maybe researching and recording the parks history and heritage or contributing to the newsletter. Others simply wanted to keep in touch through visits of interest whilst meeting members of the Guild and parks' staff.

The Royal Parks Guild are dedicated to helping parks’ apprentice schemes and those that join them. If you would like to help us then click here to see if you could become a member of the Guild.

We value your comments and feedback. Please use the links below:

chairman@trpg.org.uk
newsletter@trpg.org.uk
webmanager@trpg.org.uk
membership@trpg.org.uk
secretary@trpg.org.uk

Postal address:
The Secretary
The Royal Parks Guild
14 Nelson Place
Ryde
Isle of Wight
PO33 2ET

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