Morden Hall Park
This National Trust park at the heart of the south London community hoats historic buildings wetlands, a rose garden and the River Wandle within its sprawling acres. Crisp autumnal days are the perfect time to visit Morden Hall Park. The historic avenues are planted with limes and horse chestnuts and become a riot of colour crisscrossing the park as the weather changes. Your dog will love this place; once you get in the wider part of the park you dog can run and be free!
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St George’s Gardens
This park has a rich history. Hidden from the main road; it feels like walking into a local secret! The Gardens were once the burial ground for two nearby churches, but in 1884 the St George’s Gardens were opened. They created outdoor sitting rooms and still holds onto its Victorian routes. The winding paths, beautiful tombs, and little details like the figure of Euterpe, the Muse of Instrumental Music, make this a perfect place for whiling away a few hours.
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St Ethelburga’s Centre
This amazing little secret garden in Bishopsgate, near Liverpool Street station, is part of the St Etherburga’s centre for reconciliation and peace. They inspire and equip people from all backgrounds to become peace-builders in their own communities and lives. St Ethelburga’s was once a medieval church that, sadly, was mostly destroyed by an IRA bomb in 1993. The remains of the church were rebuilt as a centre for peace to welcome anyone of any religion and provide a wonderful space for thinking. They invite you to come and experience the tranquil atmosphere of the medieval nave, their traditional bedouin tent and award-winning garden, offering an oasis of calm amongst the bustle of the city.
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At the Richmond Park you can escape to the great outdoors with its wide-open spaces, grasslands and deer herds. This Royal Park, which is home to 630 red and fallow deer, is ideal for a bike ride! The park has a 12km route circling the park’s perimeter and a bike hire centre near Roehampton Gate, if you haven’t got wheels of your own. Discover the Isabella Plantation woodland gardens, refuel at Pembroke Lodge tea rooms and enjoy distant views of St Paul’s Cathedral from King Henry’s Mound.
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Royal botanic gardens, Kew
Located in south-west London, Kew Gardens has been a leading centre for botany and scientific research since 1759, and claims the world’s largest plant collection. The park looks so beautiful; the vast grounds have meandering walkways and notable historic buildings, including an iconic Chinese pavilion. At the gardens’ centre soars a Palm House of glass and wrought iron, lush with banana and mango trees. Don’t miss the treetop walkway, which meanders 18 metres above woodland that flaunts spring colours. You don’t know where to look.
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Let’s go to London, let’s get green!