The DGT Spring Programme is now available here for you to view and print. A select programme with two really interesting lectures and an exciting new venture into the world of quizzes! We are also very lucky to have arranged a visit to Bloxworth House; numbers are limited so book early to avoid disappointment. If you have any problems please email email@example.com
The DGT Autumn Programme is now available for you to view. A select programme with three incredibly interesting and entertaining speakers. Click on the links below to book tickets online. How to book tickets Please note tickets are available to buy online via the link below from 28th August 2019 . 1. Click on the link below to take you to the online booking site: https://dorsetgardenstrust.eventcube.io/events 2.
The Gardens Trust, in association with the Garden Museum, is offering a new nine week INTRODUCTION TO GARDEN HISTORY course starting in October 2019. Full details are below and by clicking on the link to The Gardens Trust website. http://thegardenstrust.org/event/an-introduction-to-garden-history/
The DGT Autumn Programme is now available with autumnal garden visits, lectures and the not to be missed Christmas lecture and lunch. Click on the links below to view the Programme and to book tickets.
Tickets will be available to purchase from Monday, 27th August 2018.
How to book tickets
Following Rosemary Legrand's lecture, 'Bhutan - Kingdome of Rare Plants', she has kindly provided us with further information, which you can link to below:
Due to unforseen circumstances, this lecture by Gerald and Margaret Hull has been cancelled. The lecture will be rescheduled for a date in November.
If you have already purchased tickets for this lecture, you can use your ticket for:
Venue: Stafford House, West Stafford, Dorchester DT2 8AA
Lecturers: Laura Mayer and Kate Harwood
Time: 10:15am-3.30pm, including coffee, lunch and a guided garden tour
Tickets are limited...DGT members only, £50 each, cheques made out to "Dorset Gardens Trust"
Apply by post with s.a.e and cheque to:
Joan Dallyn, Wool House, Bugley, Gillingham, Dorset SP8 5RD
Study Day - Japanese Gardens, meaning, history, plants and designers by Yoko Kawaguchi
Yoko Kawaguchi was brought up in the United States, Canada and Japan: she has lived in the UK since 1989. A member of the Japanese Garden Society (UK), she is a fascinating lecturer on Japanese gardens, as well as more widely on other aspects of Japanese culture and its relationship to the West. Her publications include 'Japanese Zen Gardens' and 'Authentic Japanese Gardens'.
11:00am Arrival and Coffee