Stop Leaving Marmalade And Paddington Bears For Queen: Officials

Officials managing the Royal Parks in London have recently provided guidelines on how to pay floral tributes at Green Park near Buckingham Palace. In order to make sure the flowers can be converted into compost after about a week, they are requesting that the public remove any plastic wrapping from the flowers before leaving them.

Furthermore, officials have advised against leaving non-floral items, such as teddy bears or balloons. BBC presenter Sally Nugent humorously shared this advice with viewers, emphasizing that the parks are currently overflowing with enough Paddington Bears and marmalade sandwiches. Instead, she encouraged people to bring flowers as tributes.

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