3rd October 2019 at the Gallery, 70 Cowcross Street, London EC1M 6EJ

Social media can be a daunting prospect, but is very simple when you know how and offers an unparalleled opportunity to reach large numbers of otherwise unreachable people.

This workshop, part of the ‘Sharing Repton: Landscapes for All’ project, is intended for those who are teetering on the edge of using social media and are now keen to gain greater confidence and skills.


11.00am      Tea and coffee

11.30am      Welcome (Tamsin McMillan, Historic Landscape Project Officer, The Gardens Trust)

11.40am      Introductions: each delegate to give their position on social media and what they hope to gain from the day (Linden Groves, Strategic Development Officer, The Gardens Trust)

12.00          Why use social media, and an introduction to the major platforms (Susannah Charlton, Communications Adviser, The Gardens Trust)

12.30pm      Small group session: Identifying social media goals for your CGT

12.50pm      Lunch (included)

1.40pm        Setting up your accounts, posting and monitoring (Susannah Charlton)

2.10pm        Exercise: writing up one story for three different platforms

2.50pm        Summary and next steps

3.10pm        Questions

3.30pm        Close

This is a free event hosted by the Gardens Trust, but places are limited so please rsvp to sharinglandscapes@thegardenstrust.org by 22nd September 2019.