Alison has a background in environmental science and landscape architecture. She was the Garden History Society’s Conservation Casework Manager since 2013 and the GHS’s Conservation Officer for Scotland since 2004, dealing largely with planning and forestry-related casework, and historic landscape surveys with volunteers. She works as a freelance historical researcher and her interests include promoting Scotland’s heritage and natural landscape.
Sally has a B.Ed. (Hons) majoring in Environmental Studies, from the University of Surrey and taught in Primary and Secondary Schools in London and Norfolk before going on to complete certificates in Practical Archaeology and Garden Design. She established the Norfolk Gardens Trust Research Group in 2014 and edited their two books on the landscapes of Capability Brown and Humphry Repton in Norfolk. The latter publication was a finalist in the East Anglian Book Awards 2018.
Louise worked for twenty years in theatre as an administrator-producer and as a Director of a leading literary agency. From 1994 she practiced as a garden and landscape designer. She graduated from the Architectural Association’s post-graduate Landscape Conservation programme in 2003, and worked as a freelance landscape researcher and consultant. In 2004, she was appointed Administrator for The Garden History Society.
Teresa joined the Association of Gardens Trusts in 2011 as the AGT Co-ordinator. She has a local authority/Health Service background in management support, leisure and event management and ISO auditing.
Linden has worked in the landscape conservation sector for almost 20 years, starting as Assistant Editor of Historic Gardens Review, before becoming part of the conservation team of the Garden History Society, and then taking a role with the Association of Gardens Trusts on the Historic Landscape Project in 2013. She is a Trustee of Wicksteed Park in Northamptonshire, and additionally works as a freelancer focussing on children in the historic environment.
Margie has a horticulture degree from Writtle College. She has worked at Westonbirt Arboretum and at Highgove, and with Rosemary Verey and Lady Mary Keen. She completed an MSc in the Conservation of Historic Gardens and Cultural Landscapes at Bath, and joined the Garden History Society in 2013 as Assistant Conservation Officer.
Tamsin studied physical geography and landscape archaeology at university. Her PhD, examined the arboriculture of West Country parks, post-1660. Tamsin worked on the English Heritage Register of Parks and Gardens of Special Historic Interest in Gloucestershire, then spent five years as an Historic Environment Adviser at Hilary Taylor Landscape Associates Ltd in Nottingham. She started her new role with the Gardens Trust in 2016.