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The Quiet Garden in memoriam Basil Hume

Location: St Joseph's Church, Lamb's Passage, Bunhill Row London EC1Y 8LE England

Type: Place Of Worship  /  Offers accommodation? No  /  

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Garden Description:

The Quiet Garden in memory of Cardinal Basil Hume OSB, OM, Archbishop of Westminster (2 March 1923 – 17 June 1999) is attached to St. Joseph's Church, on the edge of the City of London, close to the Barbican. This space, previously the car park of St. Joseph’s Church, was created in 2002 by Father Bruno Healy, together with landscape gardener Simon Peter Stobart with some Japanese-design influence. It has won a number of garden awards. It provides a green space in the midst of the City's concrete jungle for local office workers, students and residents.
It is open from Easter until end of October:
Monday-Friday, 10.00-17.00,
1st Saturdays (10.00-16.00), and
Sunday mornings (10.00-13.00)


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