Travel back in time and see the history of the Sheringham estate come to life. Discover the influence of landscape gardener Humphry Repton on Sheringham Park, have a go at cutting up firewood and take a look at the role of Sheringham Park in the defence of the North Norfolk coastline during World War 2.
An accessible workshop to add a few key tools to our event organiser skill set, for using in 2018 and beyond. The day will include sharing tips for attracting publicity, easy evaluation tools, and why and how to organise a Heritage Open Day. 10.30 – 5.00 Institute of Historical Research, Senate House, Malet St, London
Our largest community celebration of the year involves live music and fun family activities. This year we will be joined by special guest, Humphry Repton and Samuel Galton junior and visitors will be able to learn more about how Warley Woods came to be the beautiful site it is today. Other period elements will be […]
Delighted to be a part of Repton 200, Glemham Hall in Suffolk will be opening its glorious gardens to celebrate Humphry Repton’s work on the bicentenary of his death.
Join us for 18th century games, gardening fun, cake and a train ride! The Gardens Trust Family Picnic 2018 will be a very special affair as we join with Northamptonshire Gardens Trust at Wicksteed... continue
Celebrate Humphry Repton at Pentillie Castle, Cornwall with a guided walk through the Repton designed Pentillie gardens, a two hour floral workshop with artisan florist Miranda Hackett, and a delicious lunch. There will be an opportunity to view Pentillie’s Repton Red Book during the day. £110 per person.
Talk by Alexandra Loske about Repton’s plans for the Royal Pavilion. ‘Designs for the Pavillon at Brighton’ and the Red Book of Heathfield will be on display. 6-7.30pm