West London Bowling Club
‘The hidden gem of W10...’ West London Bowling Club, founded in 1903, became known for its award-winning gardens, which were once patronised by royalty. In latter years, the gardens went through a long period of neglect. Roses planted over 35 years by gardener Tony McGiver, now 87, were lost among the weeds and brambles.
In 2014 a public appeal to revive the grounds brought a huge local response, not least from nearby St Quintin Community Garden. A volunteer gardening team has begun restoration and planted many new roses and fruit trees. The friendly 'twinning' with St Quintin's makes the two gardens an unmissable venue.
- Sunday 10:00–17:00
- Indoor or outdoor tea, coffee and cake. Plant and homemade cake sales.
Off St Quintin Avenue
Nearest postcode: W10 6PL
- 7, 23, 70, 228, 295, 316
- Ladbroke Grove, Latimer Road
- Toilet on site.
- Limited wheelchair access. Some narrow paths and concrete ramp to grassy areas.
- Dogs on leads