South Bank, Then and Now Tours
10.30am – 12.30pm, Saturday 16th & Sunday 17th September 2017. As part of Open House London, South Bank Employers’ Group will host guided walking tours to showcase how dramatically South Bank has changed since the early 1990s and what the future holds.
Gardens Hold Annual Ceremony
Hundreds gathered at the International Brigade memorial in Jubilee Gardens on Saturday I July 2017 to remember child refugees the 2,500 volunteers from Britain and Ireland who fought fascism in the Spanish Civil War.
Update: Three Years of the Trust
Ted Inman, Chair of the Jubilee Gardens Trust board, gave a presentation to the South Bank Forum in December 2015 as an update from the Trust to the local community after three full years of the Trust having responsibility for the Gardens.
The presentation (which you can see for yourself below) covers the transformative changes that the gardens has undergone under the management of the Trust, and details some information about its usage by the local populace.
Research shows high approval ratings
During 2016 the Trust carried out over 400 interviews on the Gardens, with residents, local employees and visitors from London, the UK and across the world who together make up the millions who visit the Gardens each year. There were a further 100 in depth interviews with local residents and 200 responses to web surveys from local employees and residents .
Shakespeare Comes to the Gardens
2016 marks 400 since the death of William Shakespeare, and the capital is bursting with events celebrating his name. As part of these events, on April the 23rd – 25th, Shakespeare’s Globe will debut ‘The Complete Walk’; a unique and interactive walking experience through central London featuring two film screens in Jubilee Gardens.
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