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The Buckinghamshire Gardens Trust is resuming its programme with Winter Talks and Lectures taking place in St. Mary’s Church, Church Street, Aylesbury next to the Museum. Please book in through the www.ticketsource.co.uk/buckinghamshire-gardens-trust giving details of number of tickets required; secure payments can be made on this booking system.

A full programme of visits, walks and talks is being planned for the 25th Anniversary and this will be published in January 2022. Members will be kept informed via the website, the Newsletter, e-bulletin and the members’ preferred communication channel. Other Events are listed in our News page under the Category – Other Events.

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November 2021

‘Contemporary or historical, educational and productive’ Discovering Buckinghamshire’s Museum Gardens

November 27 @ 2:30 pm - 4:00 pm
St.Mary’s Church, Church Street, Aylesbury. HP20 2JJ United Kingdom + Google Map
£3

Ceeley House, Aylesbury County Museum (image Historic Photographs of Bucks) Talk by Claire de Carle (Chair, Trustee and Research Co-ordinator of Bucks Gardens Trust) to Bucks Archaeological Society ‘Contemporary or historical, educational and productive’ Discovering Buckinghamshire’s Museum Gardens Buckinghamshire Gardens Trust have been researching historic parks and gardens of local importance for the last eight years and the resulting reports totalling nearly one hundred are available to view on our website. These reports include three museum gardens: The County Museum,…

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