Aldgate Square is a new public space located between Sir John Cass’s Foundation Primary School and St Botolph without Aldgate Church just west of Aldgate Underground Station.
The main square includes a central lawn area flanked by generous raised planters which provide informal seating. A majestic curve of pleached hornbeams provide cover and shade to the southern boundary. A water feature of parabolic jets is fascinating to both watch and for play.
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Portsoken Pavilion, 1 Aldgate Square, London EC3N 1AF.
The social enterprise cafe, Kahaila, in Portsoken Pavilion, serves decadent cakes, artisan coffee and a variety of hot and cold breakfasts and lunches.
Drinking water fountains are located in both Aldgate Square and in the eastern public space at the junction of Middlesex Street and St Botolph Street.
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