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As a successor to the London Tree Week, the first Urban Tree Festival is taking place 18-May with many different events – see their website for details. The Association of Bloomsbury Squares and Gardens is supporting this initiative. Three walks to showcase the wonderful trees of the Bloomsbury squares are available on Friday, Saturday and […]
Tavistock Square is looking lovely in the spring sunshine, but keeping it looking lovely is a costly task. (Thanks to Margaret Brett of Friends of Tavistock Square for the photo.) Heritage Lottery Fund bosses are meeting today, Tuesday 23 April, to discuss their plans for the next five years. But just before they head into […]
This year’s St George’s Gardens Party is on Saturday 21 April, 2-5pm, arranged by Friends of St George’s Gardens. Please join us. Everyone’s welcome – entrance free. There will be children’s entertainments (Punch and Judy, Jebb the Juggler and face painting), Marama Cafe Band, tea and cakes, a second hand bookstall, and – above all – […]
Brand new and ready to go – a children’s playground has popped up at the south end of Woburn Square
In the course of research for his forthcoming book Three Men and a Field -– Bloomsbury North of Tavistock Place, the author discovered an interesting historical snippet. Near Judd St Open Space, created in the 1950s after Second World War bomb damage in the area, was a bowling green. It was tucked away behind the Boot […]
If you get round to the tiny Marchmont Community Garden very soon you might catch the first brood of young blackbirds to be born in 2018. I first spotted them yesterday when one of our younger garden users (aged 4) pointed them out to me. Judging by recent activity in the ivy wall, there are […]
In a rare burst of sunshine, the first little daffodils in Gordon Square raised the spirits of passers-by and made sitting outside the Garden Kiosk cafe for a coffee a pleasure, even if a brief one before the rain returned.