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Advance Notice for 2020

BGHG Study Day – 29 February 2020

BGHG Annual General Meeting

BGHG Programme of Events 2019

The year opens with our Annual Study Day on  Saturday 16 March: the topic this year is Music and Gardens – details below.

Our Programme of Garden Visits starts on 11 April with a whole-day visit to gardens in Suffolk and Cambridgeshire, and runs through to October when there will be a Study Visit to Upton House in Warwickshire.

The 2019 Programme will close as usual with the Annual Lecture in November. Other events or local visits may be added as the year progresses.

Most of our events are only open to BGHG members who, when space allows, may also book for a friend.

If you would like to join BGHG, and are eligible, please click on the Do Join us! link above. 

Study DayMusic and Gardens: Saturday 16 March 10.00 – 16.30 (PUBLIC EVENT) at Wolfson Suite, Institute of Historical Research, Senate House North Block, University of London  The Institute of Historic Research, Malet Street, London WC1E 7HU. 

For full information and to book your place see BGHG March 2019 Study Day programme

Annual winter lecture:  (PUBLIC EVENT) Tuesday November 12

Garden visits 2019

Ousden House, Suffolk & Madingley Hall, Cambridgeshire:  Thursday, April 11

Leonardslee & High Beeches, Sussex: Thursday, May 2

Tythrop & Turn End, Buckinghamshire: Thursday, June 27  

Fuller’s Mill, Suffolk & Chippenham Park, Cambridgeshire:  Tuesday, July 2

Deepdene & Hannah Peschar Sculpture Garden, Surrey:  August 20

Hatfield House & Gardens (including an opportunity to view archives), Hertfordshire:  Wednesday, September 4 (Travel by train) 

Dorset Gardens:  a 3-day visit to six of gardens – Athelhampton House, Cranborne Manor, Sherborne Castle, Shute House, Stourhead, and Thomas Hardy Cottage: 17 – 19 September FULLY BOOKED  (Travel by train) 

Upton House, Warwickshire – STUDY VISIT: October 8