Cheshire Gardens Trust - Sharing Cheshire's Designed Landscapes
Raise Appreciation and Understanding of Cheshire's Designed LandscapesLime Avenue, Arley Hall
Research and Record Cheshire’s Landscape HeritageLake at North Rode
Protect and Conserve Cheshire's Landscapes at RiskCommercial Design Geoffrey Jellicoe, Moreton, Wirral
Raise Awareness of Cheshire's Notable Private GardensDial House
Support the Maintenance and Development of Cheshire's Public Parks Grosvenor Park, Chester
Welcome to Cheshire Gardens Trust and our newly redesigned website which we hope you enjoy visiting. We plan to make further amendments and continue adding to it with additional information so would welcome your views and comments. Please contact us: email@example.com
We are an organisation of volunteers who care about Cheshire’s rich heritage of parks, gardens and designed landscapes. Our membership encompasses those who simply enjoy visiting gardens to professional designers, horticulturalists and historians. Visits and talks run throughout the year where we visit parks and gardens, meet gardeners, owners and designers for that ‘inside’ view and understanding. Join us for an event as a visitor or as a new member and find out about your county’s gardens.
Martin Fish, Behind the scenes as an RHS Judge at Chelsea and other important garden shows
Martin Fish has worked in horticulture for over 40 years and shares his broad gardening knowledge through TV, radio, writing and talks. He sits on RHS committees and is an advisor at Harlow Carr.
Owing to the current emergency, events have been cancelled, but be assured events planning continues.
January 2021 Newsletter no. 69
- Sarah Witts, Head Gardener, Lyme Park
- Ed Bennis’s talk on Sir Geoffrey Jellicoe
- The Public Parks of Macclesfield
- CGT/Ness travel bursary
- Powis Castle Gardens
- Medieval Gardens
- CGT and Education
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- Landscape Magazine
- The Gardens Trust Lecture Series - England’s Post-war Designed Landscapes: Rediscovered and Revalued. 15th Jan to 5th March
- A New Year Message from Peter Hughes QC Chairman of The Gardens Trust