Study Day 2022

LIDAR map of the 17C Tackley Water Gardens, visible as symmetric triangular features.
LIDAR data © Environment Agency & Natural Resource Wales. Map rendering by Creative Commons Attribution Licence CC BY 4.0

Saturday 12 March 2022 from 10:00am-3:00pm
Storey’s Field Centre, Eddington Avenue, Cambridge CB3 1AA
Free parking in Madingley Park & Ride, Madingley Road CB3 0EX

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Archaeology to garden history:
blurring the boundaries and bringing new light

Our Study Day theme, inspired by the late Christopher Taylor, will include the impact of archaeological methods on elucidating Garden History. We are sure you will enjoy lively discussion with our eminent speakers and relax over a buffet lunch with speakers, members and guests. Full details may be downloaded by clicking here.

Provisional Programme

Prof. Susan Oosthuizen

Dr Twigs Way
Bridget Flanagan
Liz Whittle
Alison Moller

Tribute to Christopher Taylor:
the contribution of archaeology
Archaeology of Belhus Tudor Gardens, Essex
Lancelot Brown, a reputation restored
The 17C Tackley Water Garden
Harold Peto, garden designer

Members £25, Non-members £30, to include coffee and a light lunch

If possible, please pay by BACS transfer to Cambridgeshire County Gardens Trust,
sort code 20-29-68 a/c 30347639, quoting your name as reference. If necessary, cheques payable to Cambridgeshire Gardens Trust may be sent to Jane Sills, The Willows, Ramsey Road, Ramsey Forty Foot PE26 2XN. Email

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Cambridgeshire Gardens Trust Newsletter Editor and Web-Apprentice

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