Monday, 27 June 2011
Summer Teas at St Anne's on Kew Green
People having tea in the churchyard, watching the cricket on the green - 26 June 2011
Kew Green is Kew's old village green, and it very much still feels like a village green these days. It's surrounded by Georgian houses and nice pubs, and it has a pretty church and a cricket pitch.
On summer Sundays, you can experience one of these great little things that London can offer there (and for me, as a German, it's something very English):
From 15:00 to 17:00, St Anne's is serving Summer Teas in the church hall. You can sit in the old churchyard among the gravestones, enjoy a cup of tea and a piece of cake, and watch the cricket match on the Green.
(There's music in the church, too; this year's program is available as a PDF here.)
Kew Green is about ten minutes' walk from Kew Bridge and Kew Gardens stations, from where the 391 bus will also take you there.