Event    From 2/6/2004  To 2/6/2004

Battersea Park re-opened, 2004

Categories: Gardens / Agriculture

Battersea Park re-opened, 2004

Battersea Park was re-opened to the public after extensive restoration.

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Battersea Park re-opened, 2004

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Battersea Park bandstand

Battersea Park was re-opened to the public by HRH The Duke of Edinburgh KG KT...

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Charles Bridgeman

Charles Bridgeman

Landscape gardener.  As Royal Gardener 1726-38, he laid out Kensington Gardens for Queen Caroline.  Apart from when he was staying away on the job, he lived from 1723 to  his death at what is now 5...

Person, Gardens / Agriculture

3 memorials
Groundwork

Groundwork

An environmental agency based in Birmingham. It works with communities across the United Kingdom, to help them create places in which to live and work in a greener, more sustainable way and to impr...

Group, Gardens / Agriculture

3 memorials
Belsize Residents’ Association

Belsize Residents’ Association

From their website: "The Belsize Residents Association grew out of a campaign in the late 1960s and early 1970s to stop the area being split in two by a motorway."  The group "seek to preserve the ...

Group, Community / Clubs, Gardens / Agriculture, History

1 memorial
St Georges Burial Ground

St Georges Burial Ground

St. Georges Burial Ground was so used from 1731 to 1857.

Place, Gardens / Agriculture, Religion

1 memorial
River Fleet

River Fleet

The Daily Mail has a useful map showing the route of the old Fleet River, buried long ago. It is said that you can still hear it gurgling past through a grating in Farringdon Road near the Guardian...

Place, Gardens / Agriculture

2 memorials