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People asked not to use Paddington toys or other non-floral tributes to Queen

Royal parks also ask public to remove wrapping from flowers in effort to keep tributes organic and compostable

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People leaving tributes to the late Queen Elizabeth II have been asked not to leave Paddington Bear soft toys, marmalade sandwiches, and to remove the wrapping from flowers in an effort to make the tributes more sustainable.

The announcement by the royal parks, the charity is in charge of 2,024 hectares (5,000 acres) of royal land across London, came after thousands of people left tributes after the death of the Queen.

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