Discover ‘Wildlife of The South East’ on 10th January for free in Hyde Park. This is a specialist nature talk in association with the London Natural History Society’s London Bird Club and photographer Jodie Randall will present a slideshow of photos of the natural world taken in the South East of England.
‘Ramble in the Park’ on the 18th January. Go on a guided walk in Hyde Park and Kensington Gardens to explore how the Parks have been shaped by Kings and Queens.
On 21st January join ‘Headspace in the Parks’ at The Look Out in Hyde Park to learn all you need to know to get your meditation practice started, and walk away confident that you know exactly what you need to do to get some Headspace. www.royalparks.org.uk/whats-on
Eeerie evening tours of Kensington Palace
When the gates are locked and the lights are out cross the threshold of Kensington Palace to hear tales of mysterious sights, unexplained happenings and strange stories as you are guided around its darkened rooms and echoing corridors. Discover the secrets of death, disease, love and loss while exploring 300 years of history and tread in the footsteps of kings, queens and courtiers in the shadowy world of Kensington Palace after dark. On most Fridays at 18.45 to 20.15 and tickets cost £25. Things to note afore you book: The apartments previously occupied by Princess Margaret and Diana, Princess of Wales are not open to the public and are not included in the Eerie evening tour. The tour does involve two flights of stairs and low light levels, if you have any special access requirements please contact Susanna Pullen on 020 3166 6105 [email protected] Finally it is NOT recommended for those under age 16. Br’bum. www.hrp.org.uk/KensingtonPalace/WhatsOn/eerieeveningtours Amanda