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SPGT Lecture :'Follies - In the Garden and on the Estate' by Alan Terrill

An overview of the many types of folly, both historic and modern, with some local examples. Alan Terrill, a fellow SPGT member. l

Date: 16th February 2017


Darwin Lecture at Shrewsbury Unitarian Church

As part of The Darwin Festival Nicholas Wray, Curator, University of Bristol Botanic Garden, will give a talk on the Evolution of Plants and Flowers at Shrewsbury Unitarian Church on Saturday 11th February at 4.00pm

Date: 11th February 2017


West Midlands Winter Lecture: 'Awakening from Slumber'

Lecture 'Awakening from Slumber: Recent archaeology and restoration at Boughton House Gardens, Northamptonshire' by Brian Dix at The Birmingham & Midland Institute, 9 Margaret Street Birmingham, B3 3BS

Date: 8th February 2017


The Gardens Trust event - Running a Research & Recording Project workshop

This workshop will be of interest to those CGTs thinking about putting together a Research & Recording project. Full day workshop at the Birmingham and Midland Institute in Birmingham. Free of charge with lunch provided.

Date: 23rd January 2017


SPGT Lecture on Thursday 19 January 2017

Due to unforseen circumstances of health David Wassall has, with great regret, to withdraw from delivering his talk next Thursday evening. Instead Mrs. Elizabeth Banks of Hergest Croft Gardens in Herefordshire will talk to us on 'The Enjoyment of Gardening'.

Date: 19th January 2017


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