This attractive garden space lies at the corner of Huggin Hill and Queen Victoria Street. It is named for Fred Cleary, a London councillor who campaigned for green spaces in the City. The present garden is located close to the site of 1st century Roman baths, found during excavations on the site. It is thought that the name of Huggin Hill refers to its use as a place where hogs were raised. During the medieval period the site was used for the wine trade, a fact which is remembered in the use of sensory flowers and plants in the garden.