Bunhill Quaker Gardens

Charting the redevelopment of the Quaker Gardens between Banner Street and Chequer Street, London, in 02005.

Sunday, May 08, 2005

Another kind of Quaker garden

Lucy and I had a long weekend down in Cornwall, and visited Trebah Garden, which was designed in the nineteenth century by a Quaker, Charles Fox (I don't know if he's related to the George Fox buried at Bunhill).

Stretched out over 26 acres and reaching down to the beautiful Helford River, it's not in the same ball court (sorry) as Bunhill Fields. To the left is one of the photos I took, and here's a full set of all the photos of Trebah Gardens on the Flickr site.


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