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With the current COVID restrictions the Bucks GT is organising a programme of online Zoom talks for members for Spring 2021. A programme of visits is being planned for the Summer 2021 but will be dependent on government guidance. Members will be kept informed via the website, the Newsletter and the members’ preferred communication method. Other Events are listed in our News page under the Category – Other Events.

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April 2021

What have plants ever done for us? Timothy Walker

April 25 @ 2:30 pm - 4:00 pm
£5

Buckinghamshire Gardens Trust present an online talk with Timothy Walker on Sunday 25th April at 2.30 pm What have plants ever done for us? Rarely does a minute go by when we are not involved in an activity that would be impossible without the help of plants.  This talk looks at mankind’s dependence on plants for everything from food to film and from painkillers to paint.  It also examines the ways in which our exploitation of plants could keep up…

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May 2021

Sunday 23 May 2021 – Hedsor Park Gardens and House Open for NSPCC

May 23

Sunday 23 May 2021 - date for your diary Hedsor Park Gardens and House Open for NSPCC Alexander Shephard, a member of the Buckinghamshire Gardens Trust, is planning to open Hedsor Park Gardens and House on Sunday 23 May 2021 in aid of the NSPCC,  subject to the Coronavirus situation. Hedsor Park Gardens has a wonderful collection of  Rhododendrons which featured in our  ‘Gardens begin at Home’. Further details will be published in the new year.  

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