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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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March 2021

How to Read a Designed Landscape – John Phibbs. Free lectures

March 6 @ 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm

How to Read a Designed Landscape with John Phibbs ’‘Point Blank & Pollards’–Saturday 6th March at 2.00 pm ‘Horses & Hedges’–Saturday 13th March at 2.00 pm ‘Farms & Follies’–Saturday 20th March at 2.00 pm ‘Vallies & Varlets;–Sunday 28th March at 5.00 pm Spring is coming but Covid is still with us and so it seemed to me this would be a good time to think about those things which the pre-Covid era allowed little time for –the luxury of looking,…

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Public Parks in Milton Keynes. Claire de Carle: Vice Chair Bucks Gardens Trust

March 10 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Wednesday 10 March at 7pm If you would like to join us, please contact Rosemary Jury (Bucks GT Chair & Events Planner) by Sunday 7th March, who will send you an invitation with the link for zoom. Contact: events@bucksgardenstrust.org.uk Donations welcome via BAC's  for the Bucks Gardens Trust.  Sort code 30-96-54  Account 00912179 . Payee Reference: Event, initial and surname  please. This talk follows the Bucks Gardens Trust’s successful application to Historic England as part of the ‘Compiling the Record’…

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The Gardens and Estates of the Caetani at Ninfa and Sermoneta, Italy – Sarah Gray

March 28 @ 2:30 pm - 3:30 pm

Event Details Sunday, March 28th at 2.30 pm Inline Zoom Event Presenter: Sarah Gray: Curator and Bucks GT Council Member From Roman times and for a thousand years, Ninfa (named for a spring line temple to the Nymphs) was a thriving town controlling the main road south between mountains and a marshy plain. By 1297, the Caetani were in the ascendant; the family Pope Boniface VIII gave Ninfa to Pietro Caetani II who rapidly added the mountainside fortress of Sermoneta…

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