London Parks & Gardens Trust
A Walk through the City of London
St Alphage Garden
Backing directly onto Salters' Garden are St Alphage Garden and St Alphage Extension Garden. Part of the garden can only be accessed via a wooden flight of steps.(0.02km) 1.27km
The garden can be reached either through a gate in the back right corner of Salters' Garden or by a street, also called St Alphage Garden, off Wood Street. As of March 2017, extensive building works are taking place, but the footway of St Alphage Garden is still closed.
St Alphage church has a long history dating back to medieval times. The ruined 14th century tower is all that remains. By 1872 the former churchyard had become a small public garden, bounded on its north side by a high section of the Roman city wall (which forms the boundary with the adjacent Salters' Garden). The present garden includes flowerbeds, trees and seating, as well as a gate looking into Salters' Garden.