‘Setting is the surroundings in which an asset is experienced. All heritage assets have a setting, irrespective of the form in which they survive and whether they are designated or not.’ from The Setting of Heritage Assets: English Heritage October 2011Read More»
The Berkshire Gardens Trust’s 2012 Autumn Lecture by Ben Viljoen
Friday 30th November, 7.30 for 8pm
The Barn, off Beech Road, P urley on Thames, RG8 8DRRead More»
This is one of a series of coursesRead More»
On Thursday 12 July 2012 at 2.00pm the Trust will be holding an Extraordinary General Meeting of its members at Pangbourne Village Hall, Station Road, Pangbourne, Berkshire RG8 7AN. Formal notice of the meeting has been mailed to all members.
A copy of the letter and other relevant documents can be downloaded by clicking on Governance above.
Enjoy a visit with Berkshire Gardens Trust to three private gardens in West Berkshire
Chris Sumner, architect and garden historian, will be speaking about the restoration of Strawberry Hill House and its garden, one of the many delights along this part of the Thames near Twickenham to the west of London.Read More»
Over 45 members and guests were treated to a stimulating lectureRead More»
The House was built in 1760 by William Watts, an Indian NabobRead More»
Members of the Trust enjoyed a real treat during our mid-May visit to these gardens.Read More»
The Berkshire Garden’s Trust’s 3rd AGM is taking place at Watlington House, a Grade II listed building, in central Reading on the evening of Friday 29th July, 2011.Read More»