Kingston University - Kingston Hill
Campus with avenues of formal landscaping and areas of wild planting. Green walls with climbers line a slope leading to a listed wall with mature trees, passion flowers and magnolia. To the rear of the Business School are more wildflower slopes and banks.
The Kingston Hill Memorial Garden is split into two parts: a woodland wildlife garden with a memorial installation which reflects the native woodland on site, and a newly planted rose garden that reflects the historic nature of some of the buildings on site.
Coombehurst meadow, beside Coombehurst House, has a small area of acid grassland on the periphery. A giant sequoia stands sentinel over a pond, both survivors from the period when the house was a country mansion. Some of this area is not accessible to wheelchairs.
- Saturday 10:00–16:00
Nearest postcode: KT2 7LB
- 85, K3
- Disabled toilet on site.
- Lawn area not suitable for wheelchair access.
Parts of the campus may be undergoing development work at the time of OGSW. Maps on the day will show if any areas are not accessible.
- Working assistance dogs only