Four Bloomsbury Squares

26 November 2017

10:30 - 12:30

St Pancras Church
Euston Road
(Opposite Euston Station)
United Kingdom

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RPS Members and Non-members£0.00 

Bloomsbury is famous for its garden squares developed during the eighteenth century. Originally they were private gardens for the residents of the surrounding housing but now most of them are open to the public. They are well-maintained gardens with a variety of trees and plants providing homes for squirrels and birds. There are also many sculptures and memorials and, of course, people, so plenty of variety to photograph.

We meet outside St Pancras Church, on Euston Road, opposite Euston Station, for the short walk to Tavistock Square. We will then continue through Gordon and Woburn Squares to Russell Square spending around 20-30 minutes exploring and photographing each square. We’ll finish with refreshments in the café in Russell Square.

Image Trees in Russell Square by Jen Pedler 





Cancellation policy

This event is free but bookings are necessary because numbers are limited . If you book a place but subsequently find you are unable to come, please let us know so that your place can be allocated to someone on the waiting list.

Hearing and access requirements

We will be walking on some rough, unmade paths which may be muddy, so please wear appropriate footwear and bring a drink to keep you hydrated

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