St Dunstan’s survived the Great Fire but took a bomb during the Blitz and not much of it remains except for the tower that was designed by Christopher Wren which is Grade I listed. Until then it had been the parish church of the nearby Old Billingsgate market.

It has since been turned into a public gardens that is a lovely quiet space on the edge of the City much frequented by local office staff to eat their sandwiches in and smoke the odd cigarette. Perhaps in respect for its holy past, people always seem to keep the volume down here.

As with most of the City these days, the spectres of the Shard, the Walkie-Talkie and the other London super-buildings intrude upon many of the views as you sit in the gardens.