Scotland’s Garden and Landscape Heritage

Its official! The Society’s Scottish group (The Garden History Society in Scotland) is now Scotland’s Garden and Landscape Heritage and you can now follow us on our website: We came into being as a Scottish Charitable Incorporated Organisation (SCIO) on 11 May 2015. As you will see our purposes are just as before and […]

Update on the GHS and AGT merger

At this stage there is little more to report except that the documentation to allow the merger to go ahead is nearly complete. All the draft documents defining the merger have been published on our temporary website so that members of both organisations can consult them there. The website contains all the information about the […]

Members celebrate 50 years of The Garden History Society

Following on from a most thought provoking day’s Seminar on ‘Images for Garden History,’ at which we enjoyed highly stimulating talks by Vanessa Remington, Todd Longstaffe-Gowan, Sir Roy Strong, Rosie Razzall, Professor David Ingram, Anna Pavord and Christine Lalumia, GHS members assembled in the Library of the Linnean Society at Burlington House. We celebrated the […]

Our Chairman honoured

Our very best congratulations go to our Chairman Dominic Cole who has been awarded OBE in the latest round of Queen’s Birthday Honours. The award is richly deserved, and is given for his “services to landscape conservation”. Hip, hip, huzzah! There will be a detailed interview with Dominic in our upcoming 50th Anniversary Timeline.