External and campaign events


Repton Red Book & Family Tree Exhibitions

Discover more about Humphry Repton and his impact in Norfolk through his legacy of ‘Red Books’ in the county. Also on view will be a display on Repton’s family tree which will show the strong connections the Repton family had with East Anglia and particularly the historic town of Aylsham.


Repton Lecture & Walk

Richard Wheeler, the National Trust’s garden history specialist, comes to the home of Humphry Repton’s favourite work. Richard explores the life of Humphry Repton with a talk lasting about an hour and after a small break for lunch (not included) will lead a guided walk highlighting the Repton features of his design for Sheringham Park.


Repton in Bedfordshire

Repton worked at Woburn Abbey, the Hazells in Sandy, Moggerhanger Park and Battlesden Park. Day includes Kate Harwood on Repton as a landscape artist, research on sites in Bedfordshire and tours of Moggerhanger.

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Rethinking Repton

Presenting the results of a collaboration between RHS Libraries and Writtle University College, this exhibition will display original Repton materials from RHS Libraries collections alongside responses from Landscape Architecture and Garden Design students.