Celebrating Humphry Repton campaign

20.03.18

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.

15.02.18

Members’ Meet-Up, Dorset

15th February 2018 The Butterfly House, Sherborne Castle Garden Centre, Sherborne, DT9 5NR   An opportunity for Gardens Trust and County Gardens Trust members to meet each other and discuss... continue

22.01.18

Members’ Meet-Up, Cambridge FULLY BOOKED

22nd January 2018 Cambridge University Botanic Garden, 1 Brookside, Cambridge, CB2 1JE   An opportunity for Gardens Trust and County Gardens Trust members to meet each other and discuss ideas,... continue

01.12.17

Members’ Meet-Up, Lancaster FULLY BOOKED

1st December 2017 Quaker’s Meeting House, Meeting House Lane, Lancaster, LA1 1TX   An opportunity for Gardens Trust and County Gardens Trust members to meet each other and discuss ideas,... continue

15.11.17

The Chamberlain Highbury Trust

Interested in historic designed landscapes and their history? Want to find out more about the plans to restore Joseph Chamberlain’s gardens at Highbury and hear new insights into Shakespeare... continue

11.11.17

Gardens Trust Family Picnic 2017

With Nottinghamshire Gardens Trust Join us in Wollaton Hall’s beautiful parkland for an autumnal afternoon of family fun and a chance to meet up with Gardens Trusts from across the country.... continue

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