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Sadiq Khan Jul 23
It’s official: London is the world’s first
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Mayor of London Jul 22
Today I co-signed the London National Park City Charter which sets out key actions to make London a city where people, places and nature are better connected. A greener future is central to my vision for London and I’m proud we’re officially the world’s first .
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Mayor of London Jul 28
From kayaking and concerts to community garden workshops - there are hundreds of free events taking place across the city for Festival. Find events in your area, and help us make London a greener and healthier place to live.
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Hackney Council Jul 2
London will become the world's first on 22 July 2019. To show our support, our gardeners have mowed a huge National Park City logo in Millfields Park - one of 58 amazing green spaces in Hackney.
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London Live Jul 22
London is officially the world’s first ! Today, the co-signed a Charter, showcasing London's green future 🌳
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Mayor of London Jul 24
Festival is on until Sunday. It’s London’s largest free celebration of the outdoors, with hundreds of activities for all Londoners to enjoy. From paddle-boarding & kayaking to family fun days & outdoor cinema. Check out the events list:
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dadzoola Aug 20
Lordship Rec, Tottenham's lungs.
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Sadiq Khan Jul 22
London: it's official! We are the world's first . A cleaner, greener London is central to my vision for our city - and we're taking bold action to ensure people, places are nature are better connected. 🌳
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Adam Cormack Jul 22
Ancient hornbeam tree in Hainult Forest on the edge of London - inside the M25.
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Museum of London Jul 28
Don't miss the free Photography Competition Exhibition - open until August 4th at Pancras Square, King's Cross. There you'll see this beautiful winning image from Steve Newton, as well as the excellent shortlisted entries.
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Lonely Planet Jul 24
London is the world's first - here’s what that actually means: 🌳
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Jonathan Graham Jul 22
Stop and listen to this electrifying speech by for the launch. A challenge to raise our ambitions and expectations, to imagine 'what if?', and then demand 'why not?'
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Katrina Ramsey Jul 27
Highly recommend Living Symphonies in Epping Forest, part of & Festival. The music is ever changing & all around. Violins, oboe, percussion. I can’t remember the last time I saw so many adults stand, look, listen & be still.
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The Crown Estate Jul 22
Watch it grow! Our temporary Vertical Meadow at Morley House supported biodiversity and created a more pleasant construction site. It provided insight into which plants could thrive in an urban area, helping inform ways to increase green space in central London.
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gem Jul 27
Amazing piece on GW this week, featuring Duisburg Nord - Germany's HUGE Industrial site turned nature park. Inspiring to see how our cityscapes might accomodate nature. or Country? Think of all the disused industrial sites we have!🌾🏗🌿
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Ealing Green Party Aug 22
is under threat of development, yet are advertising it as a nominee for London's best park! Unbelievable!!!
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Caroline Russell Jul 22
Silvertown Tunnel has no place in a or in a city that has declared a climate emergency. It just locks in high traffic volumes and with the Mayor’s financing model puts in perverse incentives to keep traffic high. The bus is a very unconvincing green fig leaf.
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Lake District Jul 22
Congratulations to for becoming the World’s first - a great opportunity to connect more people with nature and we look forward to working with you! 🏞️🏙️
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Leah Davis Jul 25
Today is going to be a scorcher. London's many trees and green spaces help shade and cool the city. Just one of the reasons we're the world's first , and why we're celebrating it with the National Park City Festival this week 🌳🌿🌳
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LDNMayor Environment Sep 21
This year's Community Tree Planting Grants projects have been confirmed! £600k of funding will go towards planting 40,000 trees over the next few months. Read more about projects in your area.
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