Here are some links to events and organisations that might be of interest to our Members.

Please note that a listing here does not necessarily imply any endorsement by, or association with, Cambridgeshire Gardens Trust.

16 April 2016: Capability Brown Study Day at Watton-at-Stone: Herts GT Study Day Booking Form

16th April 2016: Capability Brown Study Day at Luton Hoo: Luton Hoo Walled Garden Brown Study Day booking form

TGT Micro-News, Winter 2015

Avon GT Bulletin Autumn 2015

Warwickshire Annual Report and Newsletter Autumn 2015

Hertfordshire GT 2015 Autumn Newsletter

The Gardens Trust News No. 96

Back copies of The Garden History Society’s newsletters are available on their website:

IWGT Autumn 2015 Newsletter to TGT


Historic Landscape Project programme of events, Spring 2016

‘Growing Relationships: Communicating our role in the planning system’ workshop, 11am-3pm, 10th March 2016

70 Cowcross Street, London EC1M 6EJ.
A free workshop for members of County Gardens Trusts and The Gardens Trusts on how to communicate with local planning authorities and others to maximise awareness of the position of CGTs in the planning system and the statutory status of TGT. This workshop is intended to complement the publication by The Gardens Trust of a new leaflet for local planning authorities on parks and gardens in the planning system and help CGTs to choose ways to use it to best effect.

Details or booking from [email protected]

‘Designation and Historic Landscapes‘ workshop, 9.45am-5pm, 20th April 2016

Nottinghamshire County Hall, West Bridgford, Nottingham NG2 7QP.
A free workshop hosted by Nottinghamshire Gardens Trust with the Historic Landscape Project to explore the Designation system, how CGTs can use it and contribute to it, with particular reference to First World War memorial landscapes. Site visit to the riverside Memorial and Embankment Gardens, Nottingham.

Details or booking from: [email protected]

The Significance of Historic Parks and Gardens’, 10am-5pm, 12th May 2016,
Burghley House, Stamford, Lincolnshire PE9 3JY.
A day of fun and learning to look at the Significance of historic designed landscapes, with particular reference to that of Burghley House, in celebration of the Capability Brown Festival. Free to CGT and TGT members, the day will include a tour of the Burghley ‘Gardens of Surprise’ by Head Gardener John Burrows, lunch in the Loggia, and an introduction to ways of assessing Significance by Historic England’s Andy Brown. (Priority booking for those in the East and Midlands, but expressions of interest welcome from all!)

Details or booking from: [email protected]