Westminster Abbey has several small gardens within its grounds, the largest of which is the College garden. Having been established in the 11th cent it is said to be the oldest in England, with its original use as a place where food was grown to feed the monks who lived in the Abbey. Although a hidden gem,it is unlike the others I visited this weekend as the gardens can be viewed by the public on certain days of the week.
Little Cloister garden
This is a small enclosed garden with a fountain in the centre. the backdrop to the garden is the Houses of Parliament
St Catherine's garden
This garden has been created in the ruins of the chapel of St Catherine.
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