Category Archives: Garden visit

January 2019 Update

Happy New Year! Click FOLLOW at the bottom right of this page to receive automatic notifications when something new is posted here. Coming soon will be details of the BGHG 2019 Garden Visits programme which, following our very successful visit … Continue reading

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March Update II

NEW COURSES Nine new courses – taking place during 2018 and/or 2019 at Denman College in Oxfordshire – have been added to our Other Garden History Courses page. All are open for booking, Topics include the History of the Queen … Continue reading

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January 2018 Update

Welcome to 2018: a year that promises lots of activities to interest both experienced garden historians and newcomers to the topic. Below are links to a range of events of interest to BGHG members and non-members alike and at Future … Continue reading

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MAY Update

BGHG Garden Visits Booking is now open for BGHG Members only for the June visit to Gloucestershire gardens and the 3-day visit to Yorkshire Gardens in September. Visit information and booking forms have been circulated to members. Advance notice of Outside … Continue reading

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January Extra

Gardens of Loire Valley, France – 9 day Study trip Monday 4 – Tuesday 12 September 2017 Leaders: Letta Jones, MA and David Marsh PhD, supported by ACE Cultural Tours Offering a rich mix of gardens from chateaux to public parks, this … Continue reading

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January 2017 Update

Our main focus this month is preparing for our AGM on 20th February – see the December Update below for all the details. Papers for the AGM, including nomination papers, will be sent out to all members later in January. … Continue reading

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