Event    From 2/6/2004  To 2/6/2004

Battersea Park re-opened, 2004

Categories: Gardens / Agriculture

Event

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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Highbury Fields Association

Highbury Fields Association

The Highbury Fields Association aims to encourage community participation in all matters affecting the character, amenities, use, management and development of the Fields and its surrounding neighb...

Group, Community / Clubs, Gardens / Agriculture

2 memorials
Norwood Action Group

Norwood Action Group

A local group dedicated to the economic, environmental and social regeneration of the area.

Group, Community / Clubs, Gardens / Agriculture, Social Welfare

2 memorials
Old Velho / First Jewish cemetery

Old Velho / First Jewish cemetery

From London Gardens Online : "The Sephardi Velho (Old) Cemetery opened in 1657, the first Jewish cemetery to be established with Oliver Cromwell's approval. The land was formerly part of a garden a...

Place, Gardens / Agriculture

2 memorials
John Loudon

John Loudon

Garden and cemetery designer, city planner. Born Scotland as John Claudius Loudon. Studied biology, botany and agriculture. Came to London in 1803. His many publications include: Observations on La...

Person, Architecture, Gardens / Agriculture, Scotland

1 memorial
David Ashmore

David Ashmore

At the time of his death Ashmore was a landscape architect involved in the creation of Burgess Park, living at Lordship Lane, SE22, single, aged 20-30. See Geoffrey Mills for details. Andrew Behan...

Person, Gardens / Agriculture, Tragedy

1 memorial