Aerial View &
Waterloo Road, Penylan, Cardiff
Waterloo Gardens is laid out in Edwardian style herbaceous borders and annual bedding.
Waterloo Gardens has paths and flower beds laid out as they would have been during Edwardian times. It is linked with Roath Park and its boating lake via Roath Mill Gardens a ribbon park and wildlife corridor.~
Saint Margaret's Church
Saint Margaret's Church dedicated to Saint Margaret of Anitoch was built by the Third Marquess of Bute in 1870 on the site of an earlier Norman chapel, it adjoins the gardens and provides a dramatic backdrop.
Roath brook - Nant Fawr, Nant y Lleici which flows through Waterloo Gardens runs from Roath Park Lake down through Roath Mill Gardens into Waterloo Gardens and on through Sainsbury's across Colchester Avenue and so to the river Rhumney.
All photographs have been taken on the reserve © Friends of Howardian LNR
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