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Introduction to Garden History - Six week course

Uncover the developments in English Garden History from Medieval to present times.

This course, designed by the Gardens Trusts, will be run over six sessions of 2 hours (2 x 45 mins with a break between), will show how gardens have evolved over time, including a short session on research sources and on international garden making before the sixteenth century. It highlights the key factors that have influenced their design and identifies key individuals and gardens from different periods. Where possible, examples will be included featuring Essex gardens. A reading list will be provided for further investigation.

Further details about each weeks topics, the venue and accessibility, can be found on our website: www.essexgardenstrust.org.uk/our-news-2

The course will be taught by Alison Moller, a member of EGT who has been teaching for over 45 years. She has a Masters in Garden History and is an active researcher.
Wednesdays from 16 October to 20 November 2019. 2-4pm.
£45 for the six sessions.

The course will be held in The Conference Suite, adjacent to the café and is on the ground floor.
Writtle University College, Lordship Road, Writtle, Essex CM1 3RR
Wed 16 Oct 2019
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