Imaginatively designed community garden in a disused tarmac courtyard. Raised beds, enchanting planted courtyard and observation beehive. Refreshments and many activities.
A moment of calm and an opportunity to walk in the steps of one of the most well-loved of the Romantic poets – John Keats. Discover two trees with links to Keats and take part in garden tours and family activities.
These gardens, which are undergoing careful ecological regeneration, are surrounded by five-storey stucco-fronted houses built in 1858 by Henry de Bruno Austin.
Small garden dating from the 17th century providing a quiet, leafy haven just yards from Kensington High Street. Music 12-12.45pm.
Multi-award-winning community garden. Accessible layout with pond, flower borders, vegetables and fruit, and a small woodland area.
Main campus area, with formal landscaping and wild planting. Memorial Garden with woodland wildlife section and rose garden. Coombehurst Meadow, a small area of acid grassland.
Garden of former home of a Russian sculptor and her husband, built on the remnants of an old orchard. Spectacular views of Richmond Park.
New bank on the Hogsmill River created in 2014 by a partnership of Kingston University, the South East Rivers Trust and volunteers formed of students, staff and local community members and groups.
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