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  1. hace 2 días · The Regent's Park is the largest grass area for sports in Central London and offers a wide variety of activities, an Open Air Theatre, the London Zoo, gardens and a boating lake. Help us improve our website by providing your feedback ...

  2. The Regent’s Park gates may close earlier than our Sports Centre during the months September to March. Customers can still access the sports facilities via the entrance on York Bridge Road. If arriving by bicycle, at the front of the sports pavilion, you will be able to use our bicycle parking rack to lock your bike up safely.

  3. Coaches are not permitted to park on any park roads at any time. The nearest coach park is the NCP Coach Park on Bayswater Road (Tel. 020 7229 9381 or 0845 0507 080). Please contact the coach park directly regarding prices and availability. Entry to the Open Air Theatre is via the box office in Queen Mary’s Garden within Regent’s Park.

  4. This year the Regent’s Park Music Festival will continue with performances lasting all afternoon from 12.30 to 17.30 on Sundays and Bank Holiday Monday and 14:00 to 16:00 on Saturdays. Programmes will be varied and include local Concert Bands, Jazz Big Bands, small groups, and Choirs – entertainment perfect for your summer picnics and outings.

  5. The hotel is near the A501 and 45 minutes' drive from Heathrow Airport. You can head to the leafy grounds of Regent's Park or hit the shops on buzzy Oxford Street, both an easy walk from the hotel. Family-friendly attractions like Madame Tussauds, the Sherlock Holmes Museum & London Zoo are all a stone's throw from the hotel.

  6. 19/07/2022 · THE families of British soldiers killed in the IRA's Hyde Park and Regent's Park bombings have said their suffering is still acute, 40 years on. Judith Young Jenkins's husband Jeffrey Young (19 ...

  7. 20/07/2022 · The families of soldiers killed in the Hyde Park and Regent’s Park IRA bombings have told how their suffering remains undiminished 40 years on. In total 11 military personnel died in the two attacks which occurred within hours of each other in London on July 20 1982. Relatives of victims will ...