Friar's Gardens

A amenity green space in , Ealing • St Dunstan's Avenue, W36QL

Discover several apple varieties, pick plums, watch the wildlife in the mini-meadows, climb a tree, enjoy the adventure trail, sit and relax

  • Community Garden
  • Wildflower meadow
  • Bug hotel

  • Always open
  • Dogs allowed but must be kept under control
  • Footpath
  • Benches with backrests and sidearms
  • Accessible entrance
  • Natural play features
  • Community growers' project

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.

Who you will find in Friar's Gardens

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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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