Regent's Park


Regent's Park

Journey through the history of Regent's Park with the gripping and fascinating book entitled, Regent's Park, by Paul Rabbitts. The book refers to ownership, wealth and growth of this impressive location in the busy capital of London, all beautifully detailed by author, Paul.

Including photographs and plans of the grounds you can find out about the early days of the park right through to modern times, reading chapters on how the park was used as hunting grounds by the Tudors and how it declined after the World Wars. You'll find yourself gripped by chapters such as 'Nash to Nesfield', 'The demand for parks', 'Primrose Hill' and 'Regent's Park: A Literary Park', as you find out more about its rich history.

An elegant front cover draws your attention, and the interesting story and superb detail used by Paul will keep you reading to the very end. History buffs, park enthusiasts and lovers of non-fiction will pick up this paperback and not want to put it down.

Regent's Park by Paul Rabbitts, Published by Amberley Publishing, is available to buy from all good book stores, RRP £9.99.



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