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Why we love… Regent’s Park at Springtime

Why we love… Regent’s Park at Springtime

When the spring sun ventures out to play, so do we. And there is no place those of us in our London studio love more for doing that than thankfully nearby Regent’s Park, one of London’s ten, much celebrated Royal Parks.  

Each of London’s Royal Parks is the perfect place to promenade and find peace, but our own Regent’s Park (which incorporates on-high Primrose Hill) offers that and much more: an open-air theatre, cafes, a boating lake, a running track, all sorts of sports pitches, fun runs, teddy bears’ picnics, a zoo…  

And as a guide to, you couldn’t wish for anyone better than our Ecomm Manager Celia. “One of my favourite plans for Spring is having a walk from Primrose Hill to Regents Park,” she says. “I love starting the walk from the main street at Primrose Hill, where you will find lovely shops and restaurants. I then walk up the hill to catch the beautiful views over London. If you keep walking on the other side of the hill, you will arrive at Regent’s Park and London Zoo. This walk is really picturesque and you will be astonished by the scenery. You can even see the zoo and get a sneak peek of the animals! You will also wander past Regent’s canal and its lovely boats. This walk always ends on “The English Garden”, a long straight path that takes you past some super-pretty flowers and ornate sculptures and fountains.”

If you would like to follow in Celia’s steps and discover Regent’s Park or any of the other Royal Parks of London, take a look at

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