London Parks and Gardens Trust lecture by Sarah Couch.
When the north shore of the Thames was embanked in 1870 a new public park came into being, designed by Alexander McKenzie. Sarah Couch, who has written a conservation assessment for the 'Vision for the Victoria Embankment', will talk about its history, present state and future prospects.
Related website: www.londongardenstrust.org
Monday 7 April 2008
The Making of St John's Wood: Living the Garden Dream