The Gardens Trust: London Round Table - Why Garden History?

January 29th 2024

The Gardens Trust presents a lively evening of debate with a panel of historians, landscape architects and conservation and heritage professionals. This 'round-table' discussion on 'Why Garden History?' 'will highlight the inter-connections between research and conservation.'

Deborah Evans, heritage consultant and landscape architect, will chair the event. The panel will include;

  • Chris Blandford, Vice-Chair of The Gardens Trust and President of World Heritage UK
  • Michael Symes, garden historian
  • Louise Crawley, a final year PhD student and former Landscape Advisor and Historian for English Heritage (2022-23)
  • Carolin Göhler, President-Elect of the Landscape Institute
  • Pam Smith, Senior National Consultant for Gardens and Parklands with the National Trust.

This event is part of the celebrations for the 50th anniversary of the journal of the Gardens Trust – Garden History.

Monday 29th January, 2024
5:30 pm – 8:00 pm

This is an onsite event, however it will also be available to join online via Zoom.

The Gallery
77 Cowcross Street
London EC1M 6EJ

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