Richmond Park: National Nature Reserve
Richmond Park is London's largest National Nature Reserve, designated a SSSI and a European Special Area of Conservation. Millions of Londoners love it and nearly 6 million people visit it annually, a 40% increase in 10 years. But this historic park's ever-growing popularity means the wildlife and natural environment are under huge pressure. David Attenborough presents this beautiful film which strives to educate and help visitors in how they can "help us to protect this very special place for the enjoyment of future generations" and retain "...peace and tranquility for millions of Londoners". The challenge was to neither patronise nor hector viewers but to educate and inform with a film that would also entertain, fascinate and be up to the standards associated with David Attenborough films but produced by a small charity. 4 and 20 minute versions were created to optimise social media and engage more committed viewers. This is the first film our charity has made in our 55 year history and we're delighted to have already won a Gold award at the EVCOM Clarion awards.
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