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The milkmaid statue by Regents Park

If you wander towards Regents Park from Camden you may come across a pile of old stones, and on top, a statue of a milkmaid.

The year Little Chef opened a cafe in Regent’s Park

Little Chef, a famous chain of basic roadside cafes once had a restaurant in the middle of a Royal Park, about as far from the usual roadside cafes you could expect.

London’s Alleys: Peto Place, NW1

This is a private looking cobbled* passage leading behind the grand frontages of the Regents Park buildings. The passage itself isn’t that notable, posh, clean and functional, but the buildings though, they tell a story.

Tickets Alert: Open air screenings of Jesus Christ Superstar

For the first time ever, performances at Regent’s Park’s Open Air Theatre will be relayed live to up to 5,000 additional ticketholders via a giant screen on the outside lawn.

Unbuilt London: The Waterloo monument

London is full of monuments to wars and battles, but one is conspicuous by it’s absence, Waterloo – but there was a plan for a triumphal arch in central London.

Unbuilt London: Covering Regents Park with housing

Although Regents Park is today a large open space surrounded by grand housing, it very nearly didn’t even exist.

Helicopters over Central London on Friday

Usual caveats, but there should be a formation of helicopters flying over Central London on Friday afternoon.

US President’s helicopters flying over central London today (31st May)

Look to the skies, if you’re in the right place, as eight helicopters are expected to fly in formation over central London at lunchtime.

Giant “Ice House” discovered under the streets of Marylebone

A long-lost Ice House has been uncovered during building works under the Regent’s Crescent in Marylebone.

180th Anniversary of Regent’s Park’s Lost Railway Station

Buried underneath part of the Regent’s Park lies one of London rail heritage’s stranger stories, an entire railway terminus that once rivaled Euston station, but now is empty, abandoned, and largely forgotten.

A museum devoted to eye surgery – open this month only

For the next few weeks, we mere mortals are being permitted to enter the hallowed halls of medical heritage as the Royal College of Ophthalmologists holds its first ever open days. More accurately, open hours – as the museum is