Friars Gardens is a small triangular green with mature trees that features a community garden, an adventure trail, a bug hotel and three wildflower mini-meadows. Around the perimeter of the garden are 30 espalier apple trees and in the southern area of the park a plum tree that is very popular with visitors. A refurbishment project undertaken in 2018 improved accessibility, so that there are now a couple of easy-to-open gates and a path that winds through the trees. In addition to a couple of benches, the pink sandstone rocks of the adventure trail provide extra, natural seating.
The organisation with legal responsibility for Friar's Gardens is Ealing Council.
Friar's Gardens is managed and maintained by Ealing Council.
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