Explore the world of the English Garden with author Kathryn Bradley-Hole
Tuesday 3rd March
From cottage gardens to formal gardens, kitchen gardens to water gardens, Kathryn Bradley-Hole, one of Britain's foremost garden writers, will take us on a horticultural tour de force of English gardens.
She will discuss those designed by the great designers such as Gertrude Jekyll and Capability Brown and also many cherished but less well-known examples, to distil the essence of what makes English garden style so sought after and admired across the world. Illustrated by photographs from the unparalleled archives of Country Life we will discover beautiful gardens that reach back to medieval times and ones that are at the cutting edge of garden design today in the 21st Century.
Gathering at 12.30pm, with the talk starting at 1.00pm and followed by lunch at 2.00pm in our wood panelled dining room at shared tables.
£90.00 per person, 3 courses, drinks and talk inclusive.
BOOK HERE or call 01342 440018.