Friends of Brunswick Square

The Friends of Brunswick Square was founded in 2008, and includes local residents,  institutions and businesses located around the square. You can contact them via bloomsburysquares@talktalk.net.  See their recent annual report and photos of the square below.

The group has the following aims:

  1. to promote the enjoyment, and safe use, of the gardens by the whole community;
  2. to ensure that the square is adequately maintained and that repairs, alterations and improvements are made in keeping with the character of the square and its history;
  3. to conserve the trees, plants and wildlife of the square;
  4. to involve local communities and businesses, and to liaise and network with other local groups who have similar aims;
  5. to propose schemes and ideas for improvement of the square and to promote its heritage, bio-diversity and community interest.

FOBS Chair’s report 2010chais-report-2015-16

Recent views of the Square

Emma 200 festival Sept 2015

Emma 200 festival Sept 2015 celebrating 200 years of Jane Austen’s novel which praises the ‘healthy, airy’ square -and our replanting of several large flowerbeds

Deputy Mayor Nadia Shah came to visit and met Regency characters

Deputy Mayor Nadia Shah came to visit and met Regency characters

The Friends gazebo with passing stiltwalker

The Friends gazebo with passing stiltwalker

Making a garden square from fruit and veg with October Gallery

Making a garden square from fruit and veg with October Gallery

A garden square made in fruit and veg art

A garden square made in fruit and veg art

Enjoying the Punch and Judy show

Enjoying the Punch and Judy show

Regency visitors to Brunswick Square

Regency visitors to Brunswick Square

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