Study Day 2020

The new garden at Schlumberger Cambridge, with the Michael Hopkins building behind.

Saturday 7 March 2020, at Hemingford Abbots Village Hall, 10:00am-4:00pm (Event now closed)

How Green Was My City

Our theme, paraphrasing Richard Llewellyn, examines the role, effectiveness and sustainability of green ‘lungs’ in an urban context. We are sure you will enjoy lively discussion with our eminent speakers and relax over a hearty lunch with speakers, members and guests. Full details may be downloaded by clicking here.

Programme

Dr Twigs Way

Dr David Brown
Prof Nigel Dunnett

Prof Sir Roderick Floud

Dr Simon Bittleston and
Bridget Flanagan

Who that has reason, and his smell;
Would not among roses and jasmine dwell?
Making place: Vision Park and elsewhere
Going beyond the garden: low-input,
high-impact urban landscapes
Palaces, parks, cemeteries and villas:
the cost of urban gardens
Case study: a new garden for Schlumberger

Members £25, Non-members £30, to include coffee and 2-course lunch

To register, please send a cheque payable to Cambridgeshire Gardens Trust to: Alan Brown, Foxhollow, 239 High Street, Offord Cluny, St. Neots PE19 5RT. Tel.: 01480 811947. E-mail: fox.239@btinternet.com. Or pay by BACS to Cambs. Gardens Trust,
sort code 20-29-68, a/c 30347639, quoting your name as reference, and email or telephone Alan to say you have paid by BACS.

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Cambridgeshire Gardens Trust Newsletter Editor and Web-Apprentice

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