Drones now allowed in London's Royal parks


If you live in London, it can be difficult to find a wide open space that's suitable for practising your drone-flying skills. The capital's eight Royal parks are an obvious choice, but now aspiring pilots will have to look elsewhere -- staff have recently posted notices that strictly prohibit the use of drones and model aircraft inside the grounds.

I wonder, how many people see them in parks in London? I live outside of London (Herts) so don't know much about the inner city. I have seen people fly Phantoms and there is a hex I see from time to time in Potters Bar park. I can never see the pilot though so assume he flies from a nearby back garden.


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