Cathy's Guide to Regent's Park
Cathys Home Page

About Page

The Formal Gardens and Statues Page Favorite Links

Entrance to the Secret Garden

More pictures of the Secret Garden

Nash and The Terraces

More Terraces

More terraces of Regents Park

Seasons enter the park

The Secret Garden

cross the bridge

the small lake in april;

the park in June

the park in August

the park in October


the park in December

The Formal Gardens and Statues Page

The beginning of a walk Page

Walk number one;Page

Walk number three;Page

More terraces of Regents Park

Sigismund Goetze's gifts to the park

Snow in January 2003

Park village east

Park Village West

The October 2002 storm

Welcome To My Home Page
This site is going to tell you all about London, but not about what you can see on other websites.
You can read a poem about the history of London, you can visit my pages that show you some of the less well known sights of London like our wonderful Royal Parks.
My first page is all about Regents Park. I have lived in London all my life except for five years in India when I was aged 7 to 12. There are pages on this too.
If you love London and want to know more about it whether you are a Londoner or someone who has never been here but would like to visit , these pages are for you.

Regents Park is a big park and has lots of delightful places in it. There is the lake, there is Queen Marys Gardens, there is the zoo, there are wide open green spaces for walking dogs and playing football , there are formal gardens and less formal ones and there is a host of wildlife, squirrels, herons, ducks, swans and more
Here are some of my other sites

My childhood in India

Welcome To My Home Page
On the links page you will find a map of Regent's Park. But here is an explanation of the pages that you will find by clicking on the links on the left.The first page shows the entrance to the park from Baker Street. The Second is Walk number One .It continues as you walk beyond the band stand and towards the gate that leads you to the Inner Circle. Just cross the road and you are into the rose garden.Two more pages reveal the lake in the Rose Garden and the Roses through the seasons.

But Walk number Two instead of taking you over the bridge takes you along the East side of the lake .After walking across Marylebone Green you come to the formal Avenue Gardens and the Ronald Rae statues.

Walk number Three takes you West of the Lake towards the Mosque and the Childrens Playground.There you can hire a boat, or walk past the sports fields or visit the zoo and Primrose Hill.

More Pages are Ready and more are to come
I am still working on my site .My most recent page is a page of snow taken on the 8th and 9th of January 2003.I have recently done a page about the Sigismund Goetze, a benefactor of the park who donated many sculptures.I have a page on the Holme which is a private villa in the park with a lovely garden that is open to the public once or twice a year.I have just made a page of the "secret garden" and yet more pages will show the zoo and Primrose Hill. Bookmark this site and come back soon to see if any new pages have arrived. I have pictures of the Nash Terraces and scenes of the park in different seasons of the year. one for each month..I already have some more lovely pictures of the trees in Spring and in Autumn.

Other things
Please be patient, but there will be lots to see and enjoy when my site is ready!

Spring in Regents Park
And one day, I will have some other Royal Parks to show you.
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