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Become a Friend

Despite its size and its huge population, London is one of the “greenest” capital cities in Europe, thanks to its parks. Of the eight Royal Parks, Hyde Park is not the largest, but certainly the best-known and most central.

If you appreciate the open spaces, the trees, plants and wild life of Hyde Park and Kensington Gardens and want to help preserve them for today and for future generations, please join the Friends.

Whether you walk your dog, ride your bike, enjoy walking through the park to work or like sitting on a park bench, by becoming a Friend you will be helping ensure that such simple pleasures continue to exist.

Member Benefits

By joining the Friends you can enjoy the benefits of:

How to Join

For £15 for single membership, or £30 for household membership, you can become a Friend and enjoy all the member benefits. It’s easy, simply print and complete the ‘Paper Joining Form’ or fill in the ‘Online Form’ and post your subscription or pay it directly into your bank. Thank you for your support.

Paper Joining Form

Print and complete the joining leaflet below and post it with payment or standing order details to the Membership Secretary (address on the form).

If you organise payment through the internet or directly through your bank, please remember to send the form or email membership@friendshpkg.org.uk with your details, then we can post your ‘Welcome Package’.

Joining Form

Online Form

You can complete the joining form online, below. Once completed please transfer the membership fee/or set up a standing order to the Friends bank account:

The Friends of Hyde Park & Kensington Gardens
National Westminster Bank Plc, 186 Brompton Road, London, SW3 1HL
Account No. 18151701
Sort Code 60-04-04
Please use your name as your reference.

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Donate Now

Please donate now to help with the work of the Friends.