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8 May 2012

Lunch in St George's Gardens

Billed as an oasis by the London Borough of Camden, St George's Gardens sit close to the Coram's Fields near the Foundling Museum and the Brunswick Centre, and began life as an 18th century burial ground in open fields to the North of Bloomsbury.

With entrances on Handel Street, Sidmouth Street and Heathcote Street, the Gardens are a favourite lunchtime spot for those working in the area, and feature memorials and gravestones, including the tomb of Oliver Cromwell's granddaughter.

For more, see http://www.friendsofstgeorgesgardens.org.uk/

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