Discoverers

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Discoverers

For families exploring Richmond Park


What is the Discoverers programme?

Discoverers is the Friends of Richmond Park’s activities programme for families with school age children. Events take place on a number of weekends throughout the year. Most Discoverers events are free, and open to non-FRP members.
Join our mailing list to receive early emails about an upcoming activity.

'BAG IT,  BIN IT,  TAKE IT HOME!'

Litter in Richmond Park

Discoverers Poster Competition - we have our winners!

14 of you sent us your poster designs, for which many thanks and congratulations from Simon Richards (Park Manager), the FRP Trustees and the Discoverers Team!

Our judges have chosen ONE overall winner and TWO runners up to be displayed on Richmond Park’s twenty notice boards. You can see the three winning posters on our Poster Competition page.

Let's see what we can all do about the amount of litter in our beautiful park!

Other things you can do in lockdown

Small Tortoiseshell ButterflyGet out and about safely, and keep and eye on what is happening in the Natural World.

For example, you may come across a hibernating butterfly, like this Small Tortoiseshell, in the house or a shed. If you think it’s in a safe place, you can should leave it where it is.  Here’s some good advice from Butterfly Conservation:
https://butterfly-conservation.org/news-and-blog/i-found-a-butterfly-in-my-house-what-should-i-do

AND REMEMBER – WHEN IN THE PARK
Keep a safe distance from other people at all times
STAY SAFE!

You can find reports and photos from past events on our events page at  https://frp.org.uk/discoverers-events/

Joining Discoverers is a great way to get to know our beautiful Park!

Please note

  • Discoverers family events are for children accompanied by adults
  • Most Discoverers events are FREE to members of FRP
  • There may be a small charge for non-members
  • Some events may be open to FRP members only
  • All events must be pre-booked

2021 Programme

EVENT DATE TIME
Poster Competition Submit by 15th March n/a
More events to follow.  Watch this space!  

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