London Parks & Gardens Trust
Anticlockwise Kensington Walk
Holy Trinity Churchyard
Carry on along the Brompton Road until you reach the Oratory, one of the principal Catholic churches in the UK, and the home of the gentle and much-revered Cardinal John Henry Newman, whose statue stands beside the forecourt.
Turn left up Cottage Place, which will lead you past a quite different sort of church, Holy Trinity Brompton, the seat of the Alpha Course, a charismatic evangelical branch of the Anglican faith.
Holy Trinity Churchyard was once a burial ground of St George's Hospital. The church of Holy Trinity Brompton was built in 1826-9 set back from Brompton Road with an avenue planted in 1831 leading to the church. The churchyard at the rear of church is now public gardens, where a few memorials remain The garden is predominantly grassed, with a small area of ornamental planting, and has shrubs and mature trees.