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Created: Monday June 16, 2014
London Wildlife Trust and London Borough of Camden are working to open Baynes Street Canalside Garden to the public from early 2015 onward with the support of The Mayor's Pocket Parks scheme.
The garden is a haven for nature and a great place to enjoy the wildlife of the Regent's Canal. We'll be improving the existing habitat, installing seating and creating new interpretation to create a place where people can learn about and enjoy wildlife and escape from the bustle of London.
Access to the gardens is from the Regent's Canal towpath which is accessible via steps and a ramp from either St.Pancras Way or Baynes Street (NW1 0TY)