A rather fine pocket park in the City of London that is not managed by the City of London. And unlike other parks, it doesn't have a name.
This is one of London's former graveyards turned into public park, but with the rare advantage that the church it's attached to still existing.
As with many of the City of London’s pocket parks, this is a former graveyard for the church of St John Zachary, and also a site of war damage. Made up in two sections, an upper street level with a…
This small pocket park can be found slightly hidden away in a corner of a side street near the Guildhall and owes its current existence to the Great Fire of London.
This modest little triangular plot is surrounded by two major roads, but also contains a very important memorial.
This is a very modern take on the pocket park, with lots of grey stones, green trees and mini-fountains.
A patch of council housing in Clerkenwell has been recently improved by replacing concrete and cars with grasses and greenery.
This is a rather desultory park, with a strong unpleasant odor on my visit, but it is notable for the absolutely gigantic tree that dominates the area.
This is an ornamental garden on the corner of Edgware Road and Sussex Gardens that despite its name doesn't contain any water.
This stepped series of gardens are the result of post war clearance, but has an industrial heritage that can be traced as far back as Roman times.