Become a member
What membership includes
- A high quality colour-illustrated newsletter three times a year.
- Visits to gardens of historic interest, many of which are not normally open to the public, and usually with a specialist guide.
- A discount on entry to our talks on garden and landscape history held in Cheltenham.
- If you wish, you can help our research team discover more about the history of Gloucestershire gardens, and add to local and national registers of listed gardens.
- Have the satisfaction of knowing that your subscription supports our work of making informed comments on planning issues relating to historic parks and gardens, and our wider work of educating the public about their importance.
How to become a member
To join the Gloucestershire Gardens & Landscape Trust, please complete our Membership Application Form by clicking the link here. This will download a Word Document for you to print out and complete. Please return this to us with your cheque or banker’s order to:
Gloucestershire Gardens & Landscape Trust, 11 Drakes Place, Cheltenham, GL50 2JF.
To high quality lectures by a range of specialist speakers on a variety of garden topics, and occasional conferences or workshops on subjects of current conservation importance.
About the history of gardens in Gloucestershire, and assist in researching and recording individual sites.
At the wide range of gardens of historic interest in the county, and visit houses and gardens not normally open to the public.
Assist in the listing of additional important gardens on the National Register, and in the compilation of a local register.
With local Councils, Historic England and the The Gardens Trust in connection with planning and garden conservation matters.
Assist in developing links with schools to promote an interest in gardens and garden history.
Develop a library and archive relating to gardens of interest within the county.