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The Gardens Trust Events- on line and in person

Online Events  Early Gardens is the first in our six series of talks on A History of Gardens. We’ll be looking at themes and styles from the ancient world through to the Elizabethan era. Completing all six series will provide a thorough grounding in garden history – or you can sign up for individual sessions that...
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The Gardens Trust New Research Symposium

New Research Symposium The Garden’s Trust New Research Symposium is an annual opportunity to share new and unpublished interdisciplinary research relating to garden history. It is open to all researchers and scholars, regardless of whether they are attached to an academic institution, and we welcome submissions from international scholars as well as those based in...
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Pumpkins – David Marsh blog

It’s that time of the year again when, in most parts of the western world, shops have been stocking up on pumpkins for Halloween. David March in his blog this week for The Gardens Trust gives an insight into the history of the pumpkin. Click  on the link for more detail. Read more of this...
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Gardens Trust Autumn Programme

Autumn Programme September brings the restart of our online talks programme after the summer break. You can join us on Tuesday mornings from 12 September for a 7-part series on the wonders of the UK’s World Heritage landscapes. We’ll kick off with an introduction to World Heritage values and challenges, followed by a focus on...
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The Gardens Trust Invites you to …

FORTHCOMING EVENTS LIST See The Gardens Trust website for further information and booking   Wednesday, 7 June 2023, 6-7pm.  London Talk: Neighbours of the more famous Lord Burlington: The walled gardens of Sir Stephen Fox (1627-1716) and Spencer Compton, 1st Earl of Wilmington (1674-1743) at Chiswick. A talk by Sally Jeffery at The Gallery,...
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Gardens Trust Press Release on Victoria Tower Gardens

GARDENS TRUST PRESS RELEASE: Monday 28th January 2023 The Gardens Trust statement on Victoria Tower Gardens The Gardens Trust is deeply disappointed by Prime Minster Rishi Sunak’s declaration that his Government intends to repeal the legal protections afforded to Victoria Tower Gardens a public park adjacent to the Houses of Parliament. Five successive Conservative Governments...
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Volunteer Wanted as Gardens Trust Community Champion for Buckinghamshire

Volunteer as a Gardens Trust Community Champion for Buckinghamshire Buckinghamshire Gardens Trust has been offered the opportunity for a member volunteer to join the GT Community Champions and help share our passion for historic parks, gardens and other designed landscapes, and our purpose to protect them, within the local community. We’re looking for volunteers to...
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West Wycombe the perfect Georgian Park – The Gardens Trust blog

Author Archives: The Gardens Trust About The Gardens Trust Email – Website – West Wycombe : the perfect Georgian park? Posted on 09/07/2022 by The Gardens Trust After last week’s post about Sir Francis Dashwood, outlining the background history of West Wycombe and its wider landscape today I’m turning my attention to the pleasure...
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The Bicycle Boys: Online Exhibition of an Unforgettable Garden Tour 1928!

The Bicycle Boys: An Unforgettable Garden Tour exhibition has launched today 80 GARDENS 3 MONTHS 2 BICYCLES 1,500 MILES A new online exhibition by the RHS Linley Library Produced in partnership with the RHS Lindley Library, County Gardens Trusts and the Gardens Trust, the exhibition shares the adventure of Loyal Johnson and Sam Brewster,...
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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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