Historic Landscapes for All

The Gardens Trust’s audience development project, Sharing Repton: Historic Landscapes for All supported by the Heritage Lottery Fund, is steaming ahead in September.

There will be a coach trip to Wicksteed Park for families from a multicultural community centre in Wellingborough, an international Heritage Open Day on 16th September at Catton Park in Norfolk, and the launch of an innovative ‘Big Red Book’ research and recording project working with parents and children from a Birmingham school: read more.

‘Sharing Repton: Historic Landscapes for All’ is piloting five activities designed to engage with new audiences, with training opportunities to follow so that we can improve our ability to reach those outside the garden history ‘bubble’.

If you would like to hear more about any of these activities, please see Sharing Repton: Historic Landscapes for All or contact lindengroves@thegardenstrust.org.

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Painswick Roccoco Gardens, the Red House, Photo © Joab Smith