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  • England , Greater London

    In 1980 the burial ground became a small public garden and all remaining headstones and monuments were then removed.

  • England , Greater London

    The site was eventually laid out as a recreation ground in 1965 within the GLC's Banner Street estate. In one corner is a playground and small enclosed garden of the Quakers' Horticultural Project, which runs horticultural therapy workshops. The garden has impressive mature plane trees and a few monuments. It has been substantially re-landscaped with new planting and seating in recent years.

  • England , Ely

    Features of Quanea Hill include a grass terrace, extensive rose beds and an avenue lined with poplars.

  • England , Aylesbury

    Quarrendon Manor is an area of grassland containing extremely well-preserved earthworks of a 16th-century formal garden.

  • England , Styal, Wilmslow, Cheshire

    Quarry Bank is a riverside garden which is enclosed by sandstone cliffs and mature woodland. Features include a small terrace garden, sweeping lawns and ornamental trees. The estate was built adjacent to Styal Mill and was owned by the same family.

    Quarry Bank Mill & Styal, Cheshire. Old approach to house. Quarry Bank Mill & Styal, Cheshire. Old approach to house.

  • England , Liverpool

    Quarry Bank School Garden is a memorial to those who gave their lives in World War 2. The site features flowering cherry trees set around a lawned area.

  • England , Shrewsbury

    Quarry Park is a public park which includes a sunken garden (Dingle Gardens). Dingle garden has formal and informal bedding surrounding a small lake.

  • England , London

    Quarry Park was laid out as a public park after the death in 1932 of Mrs Seears of Quarry Rise, but is probably little changed from the time of the Seears' ownership. Several mature trees survive from this date.

  • England , Olveston

    The site is devoted to sport and leisure.

  • England , Winchester

    Queen Eleanor's Garden is a re-created, authentically planted, medieval castle garden of the 13th century in the time of Henry III and Edward I and their Queens.

    Queen Eleanor's Garden, Winchester Queen Eleanor's Garden, Winchester

  • England , Greater London

    Queen Elizabeth Gardens is a triangle of land laid out formally with paving and a number of raised beds with grass, ornamental planting and seating, surrounded by metal posts of c.1910. At the west apex of the triangle is a statue by Sydney March of Samuel Bourne Bevington (1832-1907), who was the first Mayor of Bermondsey in 1900-1902. It was 'erected by his fellow citizens' in 1910, now surrounded by rose bushes within railings. In the centre of the garden is a bust of Ernest Bevin (1881-1951), prominent Trades Unionist, MP and Labour politician, who was Foreign Secretary from 1945-51.

  • England , Greater London

    The forecourt of the Queen's Building on the Mile End Campus of Queen Mary, University of London, has a semi-circular area of formal planting with a driveway and a fine clock tower with drinking fountain.

  • England , Cambridgeshire

    Queens' College has small gardens and pleasure grounds (about 4 hectares), much of which have been lost due to the extension of the modern college buildings. Of particular note is the world famous 'Mathematical Bridge', which was built in 1749 by James Essex. It is constructed purely by pegging the timbers together.

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    Queens' College, Cambridge, Ordnance Survey map published in 1888 Queens' College, Cambridge, Ordnance Survey map published in 1888

  • England , London

    Some of the mature trees in the park pre-date the municipal layout, which included a popular model boating lake and paddling pool.

  • England , Sedbergh

    Queen's Garden lies on the western edge of Sedbergh. The garden occupies a low knoll, the top of which forms the centre point of the garden. The focus of the garden is the Queen Victoria Memorial Cross, a 5 metre high tapering Anglo-Celtic cross. Other features include the entrance, path system and surviving planting.

  • England , Kingston-Upon-Hull

    The gardens feature the William Wilberforce monument, which has a pool and fountain to the front and is approached by an avenue of trees. There is also ornamental planting and facilities for football. The Garden of Peace is an area within Queen's Gardens, at the eastern end of the park.

  • England , Greater London

    The recreation ground was initially named Victoria Gardens in celebration of Queen Victoria's Diamond Jubilee. When The Glades Shopping Centre was constructed in 1990, a portion of the gardens including the original main entrance with its ornamental gates was lost, but the gates were moved to the southern part of the gardens.

  • England , Greater London

    Queen's Gardens is a small area of open grass, which was created to serve the adjacent Coldharbour Estate that was built by the local authority from 1948.

  • England , Lyndhurst

    The Queen's House, sited on a small hill at the west end of Lyndhurst High Street, is owned by the Crown. Although principally of the 17th century, the house has been extended and altered several times. The garden of approximately 6.75 acres slopes to the south, it is mostly open meadow with some specimen trees.

  • Northern Ireland , Belfast

    A public park from 1848-79.