Lecture Season 2021

As we emerge from the third lockdown, we continue the successful Zoom lecture programme that we launched in Autumn 2020, now interspersed with live talks, where possible. CGT is delighted to offer members and guests an opportunity to participate. A few days before each Zoom talk, an invitation email will be sent out enabling you to join from your own home. Guests must register with admin to receive the joining details. Most talks will be streamed live using Zoom and notes on how to install and operate Zoom can be found by clicking this link. A brief calendar of events follows below with links (where active) to further information. We hope you will join in these events, for which there is usually no charge to members, and that you will find them stimulating and enjoyable.

Forthcoming events

Date and timeSpeakerTitle
8 December 2021
11:00am – 1:00pm
CGT Christmas Lecture in Kettles Yard, Castle Street, Cambridge CB3 0AQ
Kim WilkieLandscape architect Kim Wilkie will reveal the deep surgery needed to restore the wonderful Garden Ghosts at Villa La Pietra, Florence. Just a few tickets left!

Past events

Date and timeSpeakerTitle
14 January 2021
7:30pm – 8:30pm
Philip Whaites
Richard Gant
Gardener’s Question Time
23 February 2021
Twigs WayRuins in the Landscape
17 March 2021
Alan JamesClimate, environmental and planning challenges to our gardens and parklands
29 April 2021
(Link available from admin)
Pippa & Steve TempleFrom one great plague to another – the history of the superb Euston Hall garden
20 May 2021
(Link available from admin)
Alison MollerThe Garden of Cosmic Speculation
8 July 2021
Mark NewmanMark will talk about the Studley Royal estate, its water features and impact on the river Skel.
23 September 2021
Beverley GloverThe Cambridge Botanic Garden’s unique role in addressing global challenges.
21 October 2021
Tim Richardson Margaret Helme Lecture Tim will reveal the hidden secrets of Cambridge college gardens, drawing upon his recent book.
6 November 2021
12:00noon – 1:00pm
John ParkerGardens of the Western Cape
18 November 2021
7:30pm – 8:30pm
Zoom talk
Gin WarrenCGT Council Member Gin Warren will dig up the history of Ghastly Churchyards and Brave Men in her talk on two Nonconformist cemeteries.

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Cambridgeshire Gardens Trust Newsletter Editor and Web-Apprentice

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