Category Brunswick Square
For those of you who spent the day on Brighton beach, here is what you missed in Brunswick Square over the Bank Holiday.
The sunshine has brought the new seating on the recently enlarged pedestrian area on south side of Brunswick Square into its own.
All summer and autumn work has been going on in a major re-ordering in Brunswick Square. Landsdown Terrace on the south side, has been closed to through traffic and a new zebra crossing leads straight across to The Brunswick. The roundabout has been removed, giving direct access to now-two-way Grenville St. Planting from the former […]
This magnificent plane tree, one of several venerable specimens in the square, has recently been given the distinction of its own information board. It also has a full page illustration all to itself in the book Bloomsbury’s Squares and Gardens The Brunswick Plane, acclaimed as one of the ten Great Trees of London in 2008, […]
Don’t miss Once upon a time in King’s Cross, Catherine Packard’s affectionate depiction of community life in a once infamous King’s Cross neighbourhood in the 80s and 90s, displayed on the railings at Brunswick Square this week as part of the Bloomsbury Festival. If you can’t get there it’s also online
Friends of the Bloomsbury squares have been active in recent weeks, now restrictions have eased. Marchmont Community Garden, which has been closed to the public during the lockdown, has been hosting regular get-togethers of shielding older people who have been able to meet their friends for the first time in months, thanks to the foresight […]
Every first Saturday of the month, volunteer gardeners are working hard in Brunswick Square. The work they do supplements the basic care given by camden Council and keeps the gardens in good shape. We all know gardens need plenty of care and thanks to these volunteers Brunswick Square is getting it. They’d love you to […]
Although the plane trees of Bloomsbury may be thought of as the distinctive feature of the area, two walks during this year’s Urban Tree Festival will also focus on the other interesting trees (and more) in three local squares. The walks are being offered by Camden Guides at 11.30 am to 12.45 on Saturday and […]
The volunteer gardeners were very busy – all 14 of them – on the first Saturday of April planting herbs and shrubs, to refresh the existing pharmaceutical garden inspired by Lovell’s Herbal. The plants included myrtle, rhubarb and rosemary, to expand the range of plants with medicinal properties in this area outside the UCL School of […]
The UK has experienced its warmest winter day on record according to the Met Office, with the temperature at Kew reaching 21.2C (70.2F), breaking the record for February set only on Monday (over 20C) and the previous record of 19.7C in Greenwich in 1998. It certainly brought the crowds out into the gardens as though […]