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Radnor Gardens

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It is believed that the first Weeping Willows were planted at Radnor Gardens, which also houses several rare and beautiful trees including an Indian Bean (Catalpa Speciosa).

About the park

The summerhouse and gazebo in the gardens date from the mid 18th century, during the period when poet Alexander Pope was a local.

A cafe, bowls club and play area can also be found on site and fishing is permitted with the appropriate licence.

Friends of Radnor Gardens

If you would like to become involved in the park or find out about the projects Friends of Radnor Gardens are working on, then please visit Radnor Gardens website.

Visiting the park

Radnor Gardens is accessible at all times. 

The nearest station is Strawberry Hill, and the area is served by bus routes 33 and R68.

Public Space Protection Orders and byelaws

All council-managed parks and open spaces are covered by Public Space Protection Orders and formal byelaws, to help us reduce antisocial behaviour and breaches of dog control orders.

Updated: 13 July 2022