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NEWS

Great Pagoda restoration, Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew
Restoration of the Great Pagoda Update 13/07/2018 In recognition of our sponsorship o [more]
Richmond in Bloom
Richmond in Bloom: Best Village in Bloom Update 08/07/2018 The judges - Hugo Ross Tatum and Ed [more]

EVENTS

Event Information:

  • Fri
    20
    Apr
    2018
    6.45pm for 7pm startThe National Archives

    Fallow Deer grazing in Richmond Park

    We are delighted to have the opportunity to show the film commissioned by the Friends of Richmond Park to our Members in the new theatre of the National Archives. Sir David Attenborough narrates the film that was directed by George Chan and produced by the Media Trust.

    To quote Sir David from the film he says "By understanding the rich nature and wildlife of the park, we can all help to protect it and keep it a very special place"

    Max Lankester from The Friends of Richmond Park will be on hand after the film to take Q&A's from the audience - so come prepared!

    Tickets £3 for members & £6 for non-members

    Please note that parking charges now apply in The National Archives car park

    The film has been short listed (last 5) for an award at the 2018 Charity Film Awards. To place your vote click here