Moorfields was for centuries a fen outside the north wall of the City of London, used by all for recreation. In 1606 the corporation laid out tree-lined walks in a pioneering development, usually assumed to be for the benefit of Londoners – but was it? Why isn’t it still there?
Monday 10 October 2016, 7-8 pm (6.30 for a glass of wine)
The Gallery, 70-77 Cowcross Street
(Entrance: through courtyard to far end, down stairs)
London EC1M 6EL
Nearest tube station: Farringdon
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London Parks & Gardens Trust
London Parks & Gardens Trust to raise awareness of the significant social, cultural, environmental and economic contribution that gardens and squares make to the capital and its inhabitants. The Trust provides a centre for education, research, and creative projects for the improvement and conservation of London’s green urban spaces.