National lockdown: parks and leisure update

The government announced on Monday 4 January, following a rapid increase in Coronavirus (Covid-19) infection, there will be a new national lockdown.

Government guidance is to Stay at Home. You must not leave, or be outside of your home, except where necessary.

See the latest information on leisure, parks and markets.

St George's Gardens

St George's GardensProbably one of Tower Hamlets' least known historic public Gardens. The Gardens are located on the Highway with entrances from Cable Street. The former churchyard grounds surround the Nicholas Hawksmoor designed Church of St George-in-the-East. They were opened to the public in 1875.

Through a ten month period, the Gardens have undergone a major refurbishment with support from the National Lottery Heritage Lottery Fund. New paths, planting and grass areas have been laid out and significant heritage features including monuments and walls have been conserved and repaired.

St George-in-the-East Gardens is 1.19 hectares in area size and falls under LAP 4.

St George's Gardens

For more information please contact the Parks & Open Spaces Service on 020 7364 2494 or e-mail parks@towerhamlets.gov.uk

Canon Street Road
London E1

Nearest underground station: Shadwell

Mile End Park green flag award

National Lottery Funding