The Missing knowledge on Open gardens square 2014 event

London is the prime attraction for a high number of tourists visiting from world-wide nations. There are no stopping in the events, functions happening round the year in this city. The popular tourist destinations along with these events are keeping the tourists and residents busy all the time. Open Garden Square of London offers the view of the closed London gardens. Gardens of historic structures, institutions, schools, shops, community allotments, urban lifestyle, roof garden, private garden and ecology centre are on display at this place.

There are huge number of meeting and events in London are being happening without any break for the delight of the people. Some of them are comprised of some unusual topics and themes. Starting from fashion to Gay parade, everything is being organised at London’s area.

Open Garden Square of London is one of the most visited event of the year which offers music, entertainment, stalls, family and art activities along with food and drinks. The year 2014 was designed by the 20 gardens of the capital. It included the presentation of small community gardens to established green spaces of the London city.

This is an annual event organised by London Parks and Gardens Trust. This is their highest profile event. The main focus of this event is to enhance the knowledge store among the people to appreciate the green space, open space network of London city. The first type of this was organised in the year 1998. The variety of the greenery in several form has made it a popular among all type of people. It is a true charm added in the event list of the London.

The list of the gardens participated in event

The gardens from the north London area present in the event were Highbury Square, Barnsburry Wood, The hill garden and Pergola, Fenton House and Garden, the Skip Garden.

The gardens from the east London and dockland area were presented by St Angela’s Ursuline School, Cordwainers, Core Landscapes Pop-up Garden and Nursery, Zander Court Club House, Eastbury Manor, Garden Barge Square.

The gardens from the central London area were The Nomura Building, Collingham Gardens Nursery, International Lutheran Student Centre, Number 10 Downing Street, Park Square and Park Crescent, Middle Temple Gardens, The Phoenix Garden, Royal Hospital Chelsea.

The gardens from the south London area were Bee Urban, Glengall Wharf Garden, Charlton Manor Primary School,Charlton Manor Primary School, and The Jamyang Buddhist Centre.

The west London gardens were presented by Pembridge Square, John Betts House, The Roof Gardens, St Michael’s Convent,Osterley Park and House.

The best part of visiting these gardens were that visitors can hire for weddings and other functions. One could take a look at the magnificent one before the order is placed.

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