New Exhibition Uncovering Women’s Contribution to Post-Second World War Landscape Architecture in Britain

The travelling exhibition, Women of the Welfare Landscape curated by Professor Luca Csepely-Knorr and Dr Camilla Allen from Liverpool School of Architecture is on show at the National Trust’s Quarry Bank Mill property in Styal, Cheshire. The exhibition is part of Prof Csepely-Knorr’s AHRC Research Development and Engagement Fellowship, that uncovers women’s contribution to changing […]

The Gardens Trust featured in latest Historic Environment Overview 2022-23

The last year has been a busy one for the Gardens Trust, having delivered activities across several volunteer and community engagement projects, all aimed at encouraging more people to get involved in researching and conserving their local parks and gardens. We’re pleased to share that our hard work has been featured in the latest Historic […]

The National Heritage Act 1983 and the Register of Parks and Gardens

This spring marks the 40th anniversary of the statutory powers to compile a ‘register of gardens and other land … appearing to them to be of special historic interest’ (National Heritage Act 1983, Schedule 4 Section 8C) with the first registrations being published a year later in 1984. The next 12 months offer a great […]