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In front of us is the car park as you can see and to the left by the entry gate is the Gift Shop

Now beyond the car park all the buildings are arranged in a half circle with a yard in the middle

usually put up in a green space or car park rather than in a theatre or stadium

One in the city centre near the Faculty of Education two on the outskirts of the city near the park and three out of town near the halls of residence

It was created by a fellow named Stewart Brand not far from here in Menlo Park and he brought it to life with his poetic touch

your guide will take anyone who is interested either on a bushwalk through the national park near the hotel

And there's also a reptile park in town that costs more or less the same

instead of Royal Park which was used last season

Training sessions will be held in King's Park on Wednesday afternoons for the juniors and they will be wearing red shirts again this year

Your children will find it just as fascinating as any theme park and they can ride in the original miners lifts and on the coal trains

Well it's on South Park Road and it's right at the end of the road next to the library

Adair's mother had returned from Australia to undergo the operation for cataract and she her son Ronald and her daughter Hilda were living together at 427 Park Lane

Again Park Lane is a frequented thoroughfare there is a cab stand within a hundred yards of the house

Such were the circumstances of the Park Lane Mystery which were further complicated by entire absence of motive since as I have said young Adair was not known to have any enemy and no attempt had been made to remove the money or valuables in the room

In the evening I strolled across the Park and found myself about six o'clock at the Oxford Street end of Park Lane

My observations of No 427 Park Lane did little to clear up the problem in which I was interested

Having concluded this to my satisfaction and learning that only one of my enemies was now left in London I was about to return when my movements were hastened by the news of this very remarkable Park Lane Mystery which not only appealed to me by its own merits but which seemed to offer some most peculiar personal opportunities

Got him Got whom Mr Holmes The man that the whole force has been seeking in vainColonel Sebastian Moran who shot the Honourable Ronald Adair with an expanding bullet from an airgun through the open window of the second floor front of No 427 Park Lane upon the thirtieth of last month

Some Eurasian prisoners guilty of war crimes against Oceania were going to hang slowly in the park that evening

Did you go to the park yesterday asked Syme

On the sixth day of Hate Week just before two thousand Eurasian prisoners were hanged in the park the people of Oceania were told that they were not at war with Eurasia now

He had met her by chance in the park on a cold day in March

Creating the park required the demolition of lots of derelict buildings on the site

so most of the exciting park space all around you was originally warehouses and storehouses

The idea of building a public park here was first discussed when a property developer proposed a high rise housing development

Now to the Bicentennial Park itself

It has two areas, a nature reserve and a formal park with man made features and gardens

There is also a car park, but it only holds a limited number of cars

The formal park has some specially created water features If you look out here to the south, you can see a circular ornamental pond

We will go now and have a look at the nature reserve section of the park, which has opened up natural wetland to the public

This is the far end of the park and over there you can see the Frog Pond

a natural feature here long before the park was designed Just next to it we have our outdoor classroom

But the pavements were crammed with vehicles, they could not find a space to park and were obliged to look for a spot in one of the side streets.

The Oasis is also the first cruise ship to have a living park.

If you bring a school group to the museum when you arrive we ask you to remain with your group in the car park.

I thought your suggestion to go to the Navajo Tribal Park was a very good idea.

So, you mentioned the monoliths and the spires, which was good, but what area does the tribal park cover? Do you know?

There's nowhere to stay in the park itself, but there's an old trading post called Goulding quite near

Welcome to Green Vale Agricultural Park.

As you walk out of the main door into the park there is a path you can follow.

Then further east in the largest section of our Park is the Forest Area.

In the middle of the Park this circular area is our lake.

You can see for yourself what a huge area the park covers and a key question is always, how can we move around?

Well you have a choice of means all environmentally friendly cars are banned in the park.

Do take time to browse round our shop there is a wide selection of books on wildlife, some of them written by local authors, and the history of farming, including organic farming, something which the park will be diversifying into in the coming months.

It doesn't have a garage, though you can park in the road.

You can work at a theme park in Hong Kong.

The address is 348 Main Street. lt's across from the park.

From there it's just a short walk across the bridge to Longfield Country Park.

The park is only open during daylight hours, so bear that in mind if you decide to go there.

Longfield Park has a programme of activities throughout the year, and to give you a sample, this is what's happening in the next few days.

We keep to a small number of people in the group, so if you want to go you'll need to phone the park ranger a few days ahead.

I'm sure you're all keen to help with the practical task of looking after the park, so on Saturday you can join a working party.

And finally I'd like to tell you about our new wildlife area, Hinchingbrooke Park, which will be opened to the public next month.

This slide doesn't really indicate how big it is, but anyway, you can see the two gates into the park, and the main paths.

As you can see, there's a lake in the north west of the park, with a bird hide to the west of it at the end of a path.

Fairly close to where refreshments are available, there's a dog walking area in the southern part of the park, leading off from the path.

And finally, there's a wooded area in the western section of the park between two paths.

For the second in our series about locally run businesses, we meet Simon Winridge, co founder of the hugely successful Winridge Forest Railway Park.

I began to develop larger scale models of locomotives but we didn't think anything more of it until I went on a trip to a theme park near Birmingham and decided we could do a much better job!

I dealt with Park business and Liz carried on with the farm work.

We're really pleased that after some years away teaching, Sarah has now returned to the park and makes sure the visitors are kept fed and watered, which keeps her pretty busy as you can imagine.

Our son, Duncan has been a stalwart of the park for the last ten years taking over from me in the area of construction and I'll say a little bit more about that in a moment

It gets very crowded on Sundays, so I suggest you visit it on a quieter day, later in the week, but not on Thursdays which is market day you won't find anywhere to park and it's also the only day of the week when they're not open!

Last month, Britain's Yorkshire Wildlife Park offered to put Pizza in its specially designed polar bear habitat.

The park includes four hectares of land and two lakes for its community of polar bears.

Alright then, here goes: which US National Park is home to geysers or hot springs that shoot hot water and steam into the air

I asked: which US National Park is home to geysers that have extremophiles living in them? Is it a Grand Canyon, b Death Valley National Park or c Yellowstone?

And I said c Yellowstone. I must be right. Yes, Neil, you are right it's Yellowstone National Park.

Well, my current house has a garden and it has somewhere I can park my car,

But that means people could take a newspaper or park their car without paying anything!

Now, if I park my car and I don't pay for the parking space, I'm being dishonest, but I'm also saving money.

To get some vigorous exercise, you need to get out and about round the park at a brisk pace

Going to the park, going to the shops, picking up my things up en route, and really sort of building it into my life.

So why are we choosing to go to the gym these days, rather than heading down to the park to play football?