Events Archive

Please see below for a list of our past events.

To return to the list of upcoming events, please click here.

AGM followed by ‘Care in the Countryside’

6.30pm AGM to be followed by refreshments and lecture at 7.30pm ‘Care in the Countryside’ – the theory and practice of the therapeutic landscapes around hospitals, sanitoria and open-air schools Dr Clare Hickman

From: 21st March 2019

To: 21st March 2019

Start Time: 6:30 PM

AGM followed by ‘Care in the Countryside’

‘The History, Development and Ecology of Deer Parks’

‘The History, Development and Ecology of Deer Parks’ – a look at their creation, management, economics, and longevity in designed landscapes Ian Rotherham

From: 21st February 2019

To: 21st February 2019

Start Time: 7:30 PM

‘The History, Development and Ecology of Deer Parks’

‘Over the Border into Herefordshire’

‘Over the Border into Herefordshire’ – exploring the newly restored Picturesque landscape at Croft Castle NT Imogen Sambrook, Project Manager, The National Trust

From: 17th January 2019

To: 17th January 2019

Start Time: 7:30 PM

‘Over the Border into Herefordshire’

‘It’s a Gardener’s Life!’

‘It’s a Gardener’s Life!’ – a humorous glimpse into Alan Mason’s 30 year life in gardening, from student to television presenter and garden designer Alan Mason

From: 15th November 2018

To: 15th November 2018

Start Time: 7:30 PM

‘It’s a Gardener’s Life!’

‘It Flows for Country and People’

‘It Flows for Country and People’ – a comparison of the impact made on the estates of the landed gentry by the building of the Duke of Bridgwater’s Canal and that of the Trent and Mersey

From: 18th October 2018

To: 18th October 2018

Start Time: 7:30 PM

‘It Flows for Country and People’

Golding Hall - Historic Gardens and Ancient Hall

The historic gardens of Golding Hall and the Hall’s principle rooms & undercroft will be open on Sunday 1st July 2018 from 12.00 noon to 5pm.

From: 1st July 2018

To: 1st July 2018

Start Time: 12:00 PM

End Time: 5:00 PM

Golding Hall - Historic Gardens and Ancient Hall

Share with friends...

Protect

Our Historic Gardens

Shropshire has a rich heritage of parks and gardens, and the Shropshire Parks and Gardens Trust is closely involved in protecting them from inappropriate development and neglect.

Read More

Learn

About Shropshire's Heritage

The Shropshire Parks and Gardens Trust offers an exciting programme of talks and garden visits and provides opportunities to learn about the historic development and design of gardens.

Read More

Support Us

By Becoming a Member

Join us by filling in a membership form and: Visit gardens not open to the public Enjoy free attendance to talks Receive a regular newsletter

Read More