Garden of the Year Award
The Kew Mutual Improvement Society have run an extensive programme of Webinars from September, details can be found here:
Kew Mutual Improvement Society. In 1871, Joseph Dalton Hooker wanted to create a space where new thinking and cutting-edge ideas in the world of horticulture and botany could be discussed by the passionate students studying it.
Due to Government advice, we have cancelled our usual programme of winter lectures until further notice. We are investigating futher possibilities for outdoors winter visits, so please continue to look at the website. We will of course alert all members by email if any events can be arranged.
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We are very grateful for your understanding during these difficult times.
Upcoming Events for Gardens Trust Members
GT conference open for booking, Winter Lectures and Summer Events
Booking opens today for the Gardens Trust Annual conference in the Yorkshire Dales on 4-6 September. Centred on Richmond it promises a wonderful weekend of talks and tours, including visits to private gardens. We are expecting this to be as popular as ever, so book early to be sure of your place.
Please click here to view the latest Gardens Trust Events and Diary. Copies of Gardens Trust publications can always be found on the Gardens Trust website at: http://thegardenstrust.org/publications/newsletters/
If you have a spare ticket for a DGT event that you no longer wish to attend and would like to pass onto another DGT member, we can put the details of the available ticket here in this News section for other members to view. The DGT can link members, who would like to buy/sell their tickets via email. Please be aware that after the introduction of members, who would like to buy/sell a ticket, the DGT will not be involved. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you have a spare ticket or are inte