St Mary’s Garden, London

St Mary’s Garden is a small public garden located next to the Garden Museum. It was created by Lambeth Borough Council in around 1932. It was originally part of the road which lead to the original Lambeth Bridge in 1862 which has since been replaced by a bridge further to the south.

What I particularly liked about the garden was the decorative mosaics which were created by Helen Lees, a local resident, and inspired by ideas from local children.

It also has some very inquisitive residents.

A really lovely space, you can find more photos here.

Categories: England, London | Tags: , , , , | 2 Comments

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2 thoughts on “St Mary’s Garden, London

  1. ThingsHelenLoves

    What a lovely spot- and lovely company, too. That squirrel seems very inquisitive!

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    • Louise Jayne

      He was very friendly, ran straight up to me as soon as I got there!

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