Talk:The Royal Parks

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Merger proposalEdit

Both articles (The Royal Parks and Royal Parks of London) overlap dramatically, with both including information on the Royal Parks charity and its predecessors, and both including information on all the open spaces managed by The Royal Parks charity (not only the eight royal parks). Furthermore, the definition of 'royal parks' used in the Royal Parks of London website appears to be 'parks managed by The Royal Parks', and not actually the royal parks of London (i.e. excluding Hampton Court Park). On top of that, articles tend to link to The Royal Parks when meaning the parks themselves, not the charity (e.g. Royal Parks Constabulary).

It would therefore make more sense to have one article listing the details of The Royal Parks charity, and the parks and open spaces that the charity administer rather than this weird badly-done split. Mauls (talk) 19:22, 15 July 2020 (UTC)

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