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Spring 2017

  • Utopia to Dystopia: Planning in the 21st Century – Kate Harwood
  • Presdales – My first research project – Tina Rowland
  • In a Monastery Garden – Sally Pearson
  • Humphry Repton in Hertfordshire – Anne Rowe

Autumn 2016

  • Thundridge Hill House – Roger Gedye with Christopher Melluish
  • Woodhall Park – An English Estate – Ralph Abel Smith
  • Two Formidable Women – Liz Moynihan
  • Parks in Crisis – Kate Harwood
  • High Leigh – Tina Rowlands
  • Panshanger Park needs YOU – Anne Rowe

Spring 2016 – Capability Brown Festival Edition

  • The Capability Brown Festival 2016 – Gilly Drummond
  • The Celebrity of Lancelot ‘Capability Brown’ – Roger Gedye
  • A three-fold celebration of Hertfordshire Landscape Parks – Torsten Moller
  • Brownian landscapes on the map of Hertfordshire by Dury and Andrews – Anne Rowe
  • ‘Youngsbury’ – The most complete Brown Landscape Park in Hertfordshire – Tony Savile
  • ‘Stone Age to Suburbia’ (The rise and fall of the Capability Brown landscape at Digswell) – Kate Harwood
  • Wrotham Park – Brown, but not Brown? – Alan Simpson
  • Beechwood: a 21stC perspective on an 18thC landscape park – Lottie Clarke

Autumn 2015

  • Jellicoe Water Gardens Restoration – Deborah Kinloch
  • Researching Hunsdon and preparing a Local List entry – Deborah Spring
  • Woodhall – Ralph Abel Smith
  • Return to Northaw Place – Anne Shellim

Spring 2015

  • ‘Pie Corner’ – Roger Gedye with Bella Stuart-Smith
  • My Work with the HGT – Tom Williamson
  • Glimpses of Edwardian Country Life – Lottie Clarke

 

Autumn 2014

  • Numbers 50 and 52 – Roger Gedye with Ellie Johnson
  • Humphry Repton at Haileybury? – Toby Parker
  • Lady Alice Cooper and her Japanese Gardens – Kate Harwood
  • Rousham – A Personal Perspective – Tom Stuart-Smith

 

 

Spring 2014

  • What is significant about ‘Significance’? – Verena McCaig
  • The most spectacular rond-point in England? The restoration of part of Charles Bridgeman’s design for Tring Park, Hertfordshire – Anne Rowe

 

 

Autumn 2013

  • Bush Hall, Hatfield – John Sloan

Spring 2013

  • Gobions Wood – Jenny Milledge
  • Money, Mills, Mares and Movies
  • (Hanstead House gardens, Bricket Wood) – Kate Harwood

  • Tithe Maps on CD – Bella Stuart-Smith
  • Maydencroft – Bridget Howlett
  • Prizegiving Day – Penelope Wrong (HGT Schools Gardening Judge)

Autumn 2012

  • The Crown Hotel Gardens, Broxbourne – Catherine Bannister
  • Update on the Serpent – Deborah Kinloch

Spring 2012

  • Mystery at Woodhill – Monica Jordan
  • Long live Mrs Wheelbarrow! – Maggie MacRae

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