The Norman Leddy Memorial Gardens is designated as one of the borough's gardens of excellence.
The gardens are laid out in formal style, with a wide range of trees, shrubs, herbaceous perennials and bulbs, providing colour and interest throughout the year.
The peaceful and tranquil nature of this site has also made it a popular location for the planting of commemorative trees and shrubs. There is a well used network of paths most of which form part of the borough's access trails, which are walks for disabled people. The infrastructure of these gardens allows circular and linear walks for people of all ages and abilities.
Address: Norman Leddy Memorial Gardens, Grange Road, Hayes, Middlesex UB3 2RJ
The gardens are situated approximately 200 metres south of the Uxbridge Road with its junction with Grange Road, Hayes, Middlesex. There are four entrances. The main one is situated at the southern end of the site in Wood End and gives access into the main part of the gardens.
Car: You will find parking along Wood End by the main entrance.
Public transport: The 207, 607, H98, U7 and N207 buses all use the Uxbridge Road.
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