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A Guided Walk along the City High Walk

Walk to be led by Kate Harwood - Meet at 11.0am at Moorgate Tube Station, London The original Barbican development included provision for a high walk but only part of this was built at the time. This has now been completed. We will first visit Salters Hall garden, originally laid out by David Hicks, and […]

£5

Herts Gardens Trust AGM 2019

The Barn, Serge Hill Lane, Bedmond, Herts WD5 0RZ The Barn, Serge Hill Lane, Bedmond

This year’s AGM will be held on Thursday, July 11th, 2019 at The Barn, by kind permission of Tom and Sue Stuart-Smith. The garden will be open from 6.00pm when a glass of wine will be served. The meeting will start at 7.00pm and members are invited to stay for picnics—please bring tables and chairs […]

A Guided Walk around the Gardens and Grounds at Wimpole Hall

Walk to be led by Alison Moller - Meet at Wimpole Hall (Hall Front) Alison Moller will guide us through the rich landscape of Wimpole Hall, one of the largest estates in Cambridgeshire. Starting with the magnificent view from the front façade of the South Avenue, we will take in different eras of its landscape […]

£5

Garden Visit to Northamptonshire – New Date

Departure from Stanborough Green, Welwyn Garden City 9.00am Our first visit is to the Old Rectory at Quinton. This is a beautiful contemporary garden of 3 acres designed by multi-award winning designer, Anoushka Feiler. Throughout the garden there are associations with its 18th century ecclesiastical origins: parterres, topiary and long walks, contrasting with 21st century […]

£57.50

The Gardens Trust Annual Conference

The Queens College, Oxford

The Gardens Trust welcomes you to our weekend conference in Oxford including visits to Oxford Botanic Garden, Christchurch and Worcester College gardens, Shotover and Nuneham Courtenay. Please scroll down for the detailed programme and further information about ticket options. Places are limited so prompt booking is recommended. The Conference opens on Friday afternoon with a […]

Heritage Open Day – Amersfort, Potten End

Amersfort, a fine Arts and Craft House and garden, designed by Ernest Willmott and planted by Gertrude Jekyll. This introductory talk and guided tour of the gardens gives visitors a rare opportunity to see Ernest Willmott's early 20th century design and garden layout, with its steps and terraces, a great deal of which remains intact. […]

Heritage Open Day – Repton’s Ashridge

Repton's Ashridge-a guided tour of the gardens designed by Humphry Repton at Ashridge This event was put on last year to commemorate the bi-centenary of Repton's death. The tours were over subscribed. There will be a short introduction explaining Repton's plans for the gardens there followed by a guided tour showing how they were adapted […]

Heritage Open Day – Repton’s Ashridge

Repton's Ashridge-a guided tour of the gardens designed by Humphry Repton at Ashridge This event was put on last year to commemorate the bi-centenary of Repton's death. The tours were over subscribed. There will be a short introduction explaining Repton's plans for the gardens there followed by a guided tour showing how they were adapted […]

Heritage Open Days – Panshanger Park

Illustrated talk on history of Panshanger Park, looking at the Capability Brown and Repton landscapes followed by tour of stables and guided walk of site of Victorian gardens. The 30-minute talk will take place in the stables at Panshanger, followed by a tour round the stables looking at the surviving features. The walk though the […]

Reading Historic Documents with Dr Heather Falvey

The Village Hall, Woolmer Green The Village Hall, Hall Lane, Woolmer Green

The Herts Gardens Trust has organised two sessions with expert palaeography tutor Dr Heather Falvey for anyone who would like to learn how to read documents written in the 16th-18th centuries. The two sessions will cover different aspects of the subject. They will be at Woolmer Green Village Hall, a fortnight apart, on Thursday 24 […]

£6