Bulb planting at St Andrews Gardens, Kings Cross with the Camden Green Gym

Bulb Planting at St Andrews Gardens

St Andrews Gardens
Gray's Inn Road
Visitor Info

We strongly recommend that you wear sturdy boots with a good grip and clothing adapted to outdoors work and weather conditions on the day. Please book in advance if it is your first time (call 07768710359 or email GG-Camden@tcv.org.uk). 

14-17 year olds are welcome providing they bring a parent/guardian consent from filled in advance - please contact the organiser.

Formerly a burial ground for St Andrew's Holborn that closed for burials in 1850, the site was converted into public gardens in 1885 when St Pancras Borough Council acquired it along with a strip of land at the southern edge. St Andrew's Gardens are laid out as two rectangular lawns bisected by a central path with mature London planes and an ancient weeping ash. Many of the headstones were resited near the northern entrance but a few C18th chest tombs remain in situ in the gardens.

The Conservation Volunteers Green Gyms are fun and free outdoor sessions where you will be guided in practical activities such as planting trees, sowing meadows and establishing wildlife ponds.