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11 March 2013

Admire the view from Horniman Gardens

Despite the unpleasant weather, your author walked out to Horniman Gardens in South East yesterday to see how the improvement works have come on since the last visit. Though the animal walk - which will offer a visitors to walk between small animal enclosures - is still awaiting many of its residents, the hoardings which marked last summer have been removed and the gardens are once again a pleasant place to be, when the weather is right.

One of the best parts of any walk in the gardens is the view back to the centre of town, and also an excellent vantage point from which to view Dawson’s Heights in Dulwich, the interesting hilltop block of flats built between 1964 and 1972 and occasionally tabled - and turned down - for listing by English Heritage.

For more, see http://www.landuse.co.uk/project/horniman-museum-and-gardens or visit the Museum website

^Picture by Cmglee and licensed for use under Wikimedia Commons^

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