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The Gardens Trust News
12
Sep

“The National Trust has rung alarm bells through the heritage sector.” The Gardens Trust Response

Gardens Trust and County Gardens Trust members will have read the recent comment and analysis in the media following the leak of a draft National Trust paper, ‘Towards a 10-year Vision for Places and Experiences’.  The exposure of this apparent new direction for the National Trust has rung alarm bells through the heritage sector. Attached is...
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07
Sep

The Gardens Trust: Change in Chairs

The Gardens Trust sees a change in Chairs Linden Groves, Strategic Development Officer, the Gardens Trust  At the start of September, Dr James Bartos stepped down as Chairman of the national Gardens Trust, of which your own county Trust is a member. He has led the Gardens Trust from its formation five years ago and...
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24
Aug

Business Park, Broadwater Park, Denham added to National Heritage Register

Broadwater Park, Denham, Buckinghamshire © Historic England DP247334. Heritage England has added 24 sites representing some of the best post-war designed landscapes and their features to the National Heritage List for England. This latest list comes from “Compiling the Record” which the Gardens Trust initiated with Historic England in 2017. Karen Fitzsimon, a Landscape Architect...
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21
Aug

Great News: Campbell Park, Milton Keynes added to Register of Nationally Important Sites

Campbell Park, Milton Keynes added to Register of Nationally Important Sites Campbell Park, Milton Keynes, Milton Keynes Parks Trust Ltd, 1300 Silbury Boulevard, Campbell Park, Milton Keynes – Awarded Registered Park and Garden Status.  List Entry Number: 1467405 Buckinghamshire Gardens Trust welcomes the decision to include Campbell Park in Milton Keynes on the Register of...
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16
Jun

The Gardens Trust News

  Gardens Trust’s education goes online The Gardens Trust is taking its education programme online. While lockdown might be easing a little, it’s clear that some restrictions are going to be with us for a long time to come.  So, while we hope to run visits and study days in the future, for now we...
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