Check this site for details of events in Bloomsbury’s historic squares and gardens, and news about their planting and features, or to find out more about their history. There are contact details for each garden if you want to get involved or contact the Association directly on bloomsburysquares@talktalk.net  

The Garden History Grapevine, in association with the Gardens Trust, are running 2 new courses on the History of Public Parks.  In April and May there will be a series of 5 study days on individual London parks  and  then in the autumn a 12 week course on more general park history.    As usual the […]

Our square-watchers have been out and about, capturing spring stirring in the squares – not only the plants and wildlife, human activity is getting underway too.             The Brunswick Square volunteers meet on the first Saturday of each month (10 -12 noon) and get some basic training from a professional […]

Friends of St George’s Gardens are delighted to announce that the speaker at this year’s  AGM will be Bob Gilbert, urban ecologist and author of The Green London Way. You may have met him at last year’s Bloomsbury Festival leading a fascinating walk through the Gardens. We do hope you will be able to join […]

VAL MARTIN MEMORIAL WALKS -Dates for February 2017 Guided, Historic Walking Tours of our Bloomsbury Squares, Val Martin Memorial Walks are free of charge and open to the public. No need to RSVP. Just show up! Everyone is welcome. They occur every Saturday and begin at 11:00am on the front steps of The Goodenough Club, 23 Mecklenburgh […]

The annual award for best communal or community garden was won this year by the Marchmont gardeners. Well done to all the volunteers who have kept it looking so great through the seasons. They also plant and maintain the beautiful tree pits on the Marchmont Parade outside the Brunswick which do so much to soften […]

A new voluntary trust has been proposed to look after the squares and gardens in the Bloomsbury area. It would cover not just those maintained by the Council, but by other landowners as well, including the University. This would take in Gordon Square and Torrington Square, for example, as well Russell Square, Bloomsbury Square and […]

There was a recent sighting of these birds, common now in parks over London, feeding on beechnuts on our doorstep  in Brunswick Square. Thanks to Simon Lamrock for the great photo.