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A full programme of visits, walks and talks to celebrate the 25th Anniversary of Buckinghamshire Gardens Trust has been  published and members can book through the on-line booking system

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July 2022

A Garden Visit: Dorneywood, Slough

July 14 @ 2:00 pm - 4:30 pm
Dorneywood, Slough Slough SL1 8PY + Google Map

Dorneywood: Rex Whistler Painting from the interior- Ave Silvae Dorni 1928 © Dorneywood Garden is a combination cottage and kitchen garden in 1930s style, set around an 18th-century house. The garden features a lily pond, a stylish conservatory, a rose garden, and herbaceous borders. In 1910 the house was badly damaged by fire. It was rebuilt and the gardens laid out in 1942. There are 215 acres (87ha) of garden, parkland, woods, and farmland. In the past, the house was…

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August 2022

Annual General Meeting at Great Linford, Milton Keynes

August 13 @ 2:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Great Linford Manor

photograph by Ellie Broad The Annual General Meeting of the Buckinghamshire Gardens Trust will be held at The Arts Centre at Great Linford, Milton Keynes on Saturday 13th August at 2.00 pm. Followed by Refreshments and Guided Walk of Linford Manor Park restoration work. Free Event Please book your free place through Timetable: AGM 2.00 pm at The Arts Centre at Great Linford, Milton Keynes. The AGM should last approximately 30 minutes. A gentle reminder that only Members of…

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September 2022

A Garden Visit: Eythrope, Waddesdon

September 14 @ 10:00 am - 5:00 pm
Eythrope, Waddesdon Bucks HP18 0JH + Google Map

Eythrope Walled Garden ©Waddesdon, A Rothschild House & Garden, Tom Hatton Eythrope Produce for Sale © Waddesdon, A Rothschild Garden A Rothschild family garden. A private bus will take us to Eythrope from the free car park at Waddesdon Manor for a tour of this beautiful four-acre walled garden, with orchard and glasshouses. After lunch, you will be free to enjoy the gardens and facilities of Waddesdon. Eythrope Walled Garden Tour – Waddesdon Manor This link gives you more information…

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October 2022

Celebratory Lunch, Hampden House , Great Hampden

October 13 @ 12:30 pm - 4:30 pm
Hampden House, Great Hampden HP16 9RD + Google Map

Hampden House, front entrance © Gwen Miles The social occasion of the year, with speeches from founding members and the chance to meet up with members from across the county. Hampden House is not usually open to the public so this will be a chance to see inside this magnificent Grade I sixteenth-century house, remodelled in the Georgian Gothic style, and hopefully wander in the gardens. £50 includes a welcome glass of fizz, hot lunch, and anniversary cake Book tickets:…

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Tree Walk: Priestfield Arboretum, Little Kingshill: Guide Michael Hunt

October 23 @ 2:30 pm - 4:00 pm
Priestfield Aboretum. Little Kingshill HP16 0DS + Google Map

Golden Larch, Priestfield Arboretum © Michael Hunt Discover the secrets of this privately owned hidden gem of around 2.4 hectares with some 220 trees with species of conifers such as Golden Larch and Veitch’s Fir. Duration: 1...5 hours Terrain: mainly on grass. NO FACILITIES. Limited parking in Stony Lane where we will meet at the Arboretum gate. Book tickets: Enquiries:  £10  (20 places) includes a guidebook

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November 2022

‘In Search of Artists’ Gardens in Buckinghamshire’: talk at the Museum by Claire de Carle

November 12 @ 2:30 pm - 4:00 pm
Discover Bucks (County Museum, Aylesbury), Church Street
Aylesbury, HP20 2QP United Kingdom
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Car Richardson image courtesy of .uk ‘In Search of Artists’ Gardens in Buckinghamshire’: Talk by Claire de Carle at the Discover Bucks Museum (formerly the Buckinghamshire County Museum, Aylesbury) Starting in 2018, the aim of the ‘Artists and their Gardens’ project was first to identify artists who had lived in the county and then, by researching them, establish: were they gardeners, did they create a garden, did they take inspiration from their garden and has their garden survived? We…

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