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Newsletter No 69, Summer 2017

Your Chairman’s Report Planning Applications: Great Rissington Manor and Standish House. Neighbourhood Development Plans for Berry Hill, Christchurch; and Edge End and Longhope in Forest of Dean. Heritage Strategy for Stroud District Council Maps, Parishes...

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2017/2018 Lecture Programme

Monday 11 December 2017: Andrew Tolman 'Stumperies, ferns and shady friends' Andrew was born in Cirencester and grew up in Cricklade so is Gloucestershire born & Wiltshire bred. A professional gardener, he began his career as a Parks Department trainee spending a...

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Newsletter No 51, Spring 2011

Your Chairman’s Report A Toast to Linden Huddlestone Marianne North A Tale of Cunning and Persistence News Roundup Fruit Trees in Gloucestershire in 1909 The History of the Trust 1992-95 To receive our quarterly newsletter, and for other member...

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Newsletter No 68, Spring 2017

Your Chairman’s Report Planning Report: Hatherop; Toddington Grange; Lampern Cottage, Uley; major expansion S of Cirencester JC Wheeler’s of Gloucester: the history of a commercial nursery, 1750-1974 Trust Finances in 2016 Abbey Grounds, Cirencester...

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Newsletter No 61, Winter 2014-15

Your Chairman’s Report Planning Report: affecting Hatherley Manor Hotel; Manor Farm, Upper Wick near Dursley; Hill House Farm, Cambridge; Westonbirt Death of Yvonne Young Matson House near Gloucester: a secret garden Book Review: An Author and a Gardener:...

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Last talk of the winter season on 3rd April 2017

To give Pleasure to the eye and Nourishment to the Mind: 18 Century Gardens and Pleasure grounds by Richard Wheeler, the National Trust's specialist in garden history This will be a talk about the intended meaning of 18th-century gardens and their understanding. With...

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Change of event!

Please note the subject of the lecture on Monday 6th March has been changed - refer to events.

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Newsletter No 67, Winter 2016-2017

Your Chairman Planning Report: Canonbury St, Berkeley; Lasborough Park; Painswick Rococo Garden; Aldacre House, Shipston Moyne; Prinknash Abbey; Westonbirt School; Toddington Manor Local History Day: Gardens for Food, Fun and Flowers, 18 March 2017...

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Garden Visits for Members

Our annual series of spring and summer garden visits takes in around half a dozen venues, mainly in Gloucestershire. These are private and advertised to members only. Visits are generally spread across a mix of weekdays and...

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Capability Brown Celebrations

Historic Houses Association has created a microsite for presenting their properties in relation to the Capability Brown celebration. We are delighted to be on this website. Please click here to go the...

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Newsletter No 66, Summer 2016

Your Chairman’s Report Planning Applications: Lampern Cottage, Uley; Berley; Highnam; Lasborough Park; Bradly Court, Wotton under Edge; Rococo Gardens at Painswick House, Painswick Gloucestershire’s Local History Association Obituary: Mary Ralphs Stronger...

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New website for Gloucestershire Gardens & Landscape Trust

We are delighted to launch our new website: Along with a rebrand of our logo, we now have a responsive website for mobiles, tablets and desktop/laptop computers. We list snippets of our quarterly newsletter. If you would like to receive the newsletter see Become a...

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Newsletter No 64, Winter 2015-16

Your Chairman’s Report Bromesberrow Place, near Ledbury including its Camellia House and garden by Arne Maynard New Trust Members in 2015 Charitable Donations in 2015 Glenfall House, Charlton Kings gardens listed by Heritage England Planning Report:...

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Newsletter No 63, Summer 2015

Your Chairman’s Report AGM at Stanway House Obituary: Yvonne Young (1925-2015) Death of Keith Goodway Trust at the Painting Paradise Exhibition, Queens Gallery, Buckingham Palace Advance notice: Trust to visit RA Exhibition Painting the Modern Garden:...

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Newsletter No 62, Spring 2015

Your Chairman’s Report New Trust Members in 2014 Planning Report: affecting Greenway Hotel, Shurdington; Aldacre House, Shipton Moyne; Dowdeswell Court; Toddington Manor; Hatherley Manor Hotel; Shelleys Close, Lechlade Trust Garden Visits Longney Orchards:...

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Newsletter No 60, Autumn 2014

Your Chairman’s Report Heritage at Risk: Alfred’s Hall, Cirencester Park South West Association of Gardens Trusts Forum meets Future of English Heritage Gloucestershire Archives: developments in digital storage GGLT & Charitable Giving Visit to...

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Newsletter No 59, Spring 2014

Your Chairman’s Report A fortunate case of mistaken identity: the medieval deer park at Boddington Planning Applications: Sedbury Park, Newark Park House, Bird Farm, land in Berkeley, Down Hatherley Manor Gardening at Chedworth School ‘The whole of the...

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Newsletter No 58, Winter 2013-14

Your Chairman’s Report Recent Sad Losses: Sheila Dart, Mavis Batey and Ted Fawcett The Life and Work of Rosemary Verey Creating the Trust’s Digital Archive Can you help shape Painswick Rococo Garden? New Members in 2013 Hambrook House Pleasure Ground...

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Newsletter No 57, Summer 2013

Your Chairman’s Report Capability Brown 300 Planning Applications: Dowdeswell House English Heritage Restructuring Glenfall House Survey Day Lower Swell Park A Goft of Membership Spring Competition News Roundup The Walled Garden at the Museum in the Park,...

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Newsletter No 56, Spring 2013

Your Chairman’s Report Obituary: Joan Tucker (1935-2013) UK Public Parks Summit, October 2012 Ash Die Back Planning Applications: Dodington Park, Imperial Gardens Cheltenham, Ellenborough Park Trust Goals & Objectives Redefined New Roundup Plans for an...

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Newsletter No 55, Winter 2012-13

Your Chairman’s Report: Gardening in schools The Garden Museum New Members in 2012 Trust AGM at Mill Dene, Blockley Political Spotlight on Urban Parks A Gift of Membership Cheltenham’s Grand Entrance: Restoration of the Pittville Gates Book Review: Gardens...

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Newsletter No 54, Summer 2012

Your Chairman’s Report GGLT Patron becomes President of Landscape Trust Planning Applications: Toddington Manor New Ideas: Old Gardens Visit to Westwood Capability Brown 300 GGLT Supports Charities Make a Difference: The Association of Gardens Trusts Visit...

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Newsletter No 53, Spring 2012

New Members in 2011 Country Life Archive Walter Butt (1872-1953) plant enthusiast Beyond the Snowdrops in Colesbourne Park Planning Applications: Montpelier Gardens & Imperial Gardens, Cheltenham Misarden Park Gardens Book Review: Edwardian Country...

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Newsletter No 52, Autumn 2011

Your Chairman’s Report A Toast to Linden Huddlestone Marianne North A Tale of Cunning and Persistence News Roundup Fruit Trees in Gloucestershire in 1909 The History of the Trust 1992-95 To receive our quarterly newsletter, and for other member...

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