Midweek Mulberries: Inns of Temple

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Farringdon Station (exit)

Cowcross Street

London

EC1M 3PP

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A beautiful lunchtime walk through hidden gardens and the esoteric world of barristers and the law courts

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From our starting position on the left bank of the Fleet River, which flows under Faringdon Street, we cross over (and listen to the Fleet through a drain cover), walk to Gray's Inn and then Lincoln's Inn, each with their own mulberry trees and hidden gardens. After visting the poetic and secluded Fountain Court in Middle Temple with two leaning mulberries, we finish our walk in the Inner Temple Garden, with a fine black mulberry and several other mature trees.

A walk punctuated with mulberries, hidden rivers, secluded gardens and the esoteric world of the law courts, led by Dr Peter Coles, co-creator of the Morus Londinium project with the Conservation Foundation and author of Mulberry a global cultural history, published by Reaktion Books on14 October 2019.

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Farringdon Station (exit)

Cowcross Street

London

EC1M 3PP

United Kingdom

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