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Gresham Free Lectures This autumn, as part of the 2017-2018 lecture series, Professor Malcolm Andrews of the University of Kent will look at English Landscape: a sequence of three talks exploring how the distinctive personality of English landscape scenery evolved … Continue reading
RHS Wisley RHS Wisley have expressed opposition to plans currently being finalised by Highways England to improve the M25 Junction 10 interchange and widen the A3. Although the RHS support in principle improvements to this road junction they believe it … Continue reading
NEW COURSE This Autumn Strawberry Hill house will be offering a course on the Arts and Crafts Garden. The talks, held in the historic rooms of the house will run weekly on a Thursday morning from 10.00-1.00 for 6 weeks … Continue reading
New Research on Chinese Gardens: 26th – 27th October 2017 An international garden history conference, organised by The Gardens Trust, will take place in Sheffield this coming autumn. For full details and booking visit https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/new-research-on-chinese-gardens-two-day-international-conference-tickets-31580628510 Books A new book – on public … Continue reading
EXHIBITION Parks – Our Shared Heritage 27th July to 11th August 2017 10.00am – 5.00pm (except August 3rd closing at 12.30pm), at The Mall Galleries. A collaboration between The Royal Parks, the Office of Public Works and the Hearsum Collection the … Continue reading
Nine new courses have been added to our Other Garden History Courses page. Although not taking place until autumn 2017 or in 2018 all are now open for booking.
“Gardeners’ World at 50” A new exhibition is now open at RHS Lindley Library. Entitled Gardeners’ World at 50 the exhibition will run until 18th August. Tracing the history of this long-running TV programme the exhibition explores the programme’s influence on the development of … Continue reading