St Peter's Bethnal Green Church & Vicarage Gardens

St Peter's Bethnal Green Church & Vicarage Gardens
(Photo: Fran Jones)
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St Peter's Bethnal Green and its adjacent vicarage were built in 1841. Over time, the church garden has been a parade ground, schoolyard and cholera pit. Today it is a thriving community garden enjoyed by many.

All the gardens are bounded by London plane trees almost 200 years old. Allotments and ornamental flowerbeds surround the church building. A biodiversity project is assessing conditions beneath the plane trees.

The private garden belonging to the vicarage is opening its 'secret garden door' for the second time. This garden is a haven and place of meeting and has only recently been brought back into use.

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