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Gwen Miles
04
May

Review of Visit to Hampden House – 30th April

https://pbase.com/asbostaff/hampden_house_2024&view=slideshow Slide show by John O’Dwyer Bucks Gardens Trust: guided walk and lunch at Hampden House 30 April 2024 Around 30 members assembled on a glorious morning for coffee and biscuits in the delightful ‘Hill House’ at Hampden House (converted to a reception space from the House’s old brewery). It was laid out for us...
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04
May

Stoke Poges Memorial Gardens – NGS Sunday12th May

Join the Buckinghamshire Gardens Trust Outreach team at the Stoke Poges Memorial Gardens  on Sunday 12th May pm Can you identify the garden objects and tell us their history? Check out the new Gazebo. Take part in the Tree Quiz. Delicious cake and tea. Wonderful gardens and wisteria.  Plenty of parking.    
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04
May

Garden Seasons Tours Oxford

Sarah Gray, Membership Secretary,  Recommends: There is a tour of Trinity College Oxford gardens on 15 May. Sarah went last Wednesday and it was lovely, with head gardener Kate, ex Botanic Gardens and RHS. Lots of pollinator-friendly new ideas. https://www.ticketsoxford.com/events/gardens-seasons-tours Photographs by Sarah Gray  
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04
May

Campbell Park Turns 40!

  Campbell Park turns 40! Campbell Park in the heart of the city turns 40 on 4th May 2024, and to celebrate this milestone birthday The Parks Trust have rounded up 40 facts about the city’s central park! Discover more about the public art located in this 100-acre park, be surprised at the famous faces...
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04
May

Wanted: Volunteers for Outreach Activities

Our outreach activities are extremely important as we need to recruit new members and inform the wider public about our work to protect parks and gardens. We already have several events planned across the county this summer and would very much like members to volunteer for a few hours to staff our stand and chat...
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04
May

Charles Bridgeman – Pioneer of the Naturalistic Landscape. May 18th 10-5 Tring

Charles Bridgeman (1690-1738) Pioneer of the Naturalistic Landscape May 18th 2024 10am – 5pm. Hastoe Village Hall, Tring, Herts   Despite being a popular designer in the early 18th century, Bridgeman’s place in garden history and many of his landscapes remained neglected over time. Although not so well-known as his illustrious successors, Capability Brown and...
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04
May

Picnic at Hedsor – Sunday 19th May

Buckinghamshire Gardens Trust Members and Guests are invited. Please download details from the link: Open Day Picnic at Hedsor 19th May 2024 (5)
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28
Apr

An Almost Impossible Thing: a talk by Fiona Davison about the radical lives of Britain’s pioneering women gardeners.

  Date: Saturday May 18th 2024, 2pm Venue: Stony Stratford Library   An Almost Impossible Thing follows the fortunes of six women gardeners in the years before the First World War, including their battles to change expectations of what women gardeners could do. It examines their lives in the context of suffragism, collectivism and Empire....
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26
Apr

Bluebells in Buckinghamshire 2024

Bluebell time in the ancient woodlands of Buckinghamshire. Bluebells are a good indicator of ancient woodland and fortunately, we still have a number of those in Buckinghamshire especially in the Chilterns. Many of the sites we mention below have links so you have more information and ideas for walks. Now there is a slight improvement...
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26
Apr

Relocation of County Archives in Aylesbury to High Wycombe

County  Archives Relocation You may have seen this recent report on the BBC website about the potential relocation of the County’s Archives in Aylesbury to the Tesco site in the Eden Centre in High Wycombe.  For those to the north of the county this would make access challenging. Milton Keynes, as the article indicates would...
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