28 November 2017
This national networking forum underlines our role as a key conservation organisation and statutory consultee, working with the County Gardens Trusts to protect designed landscapes. The Assembly provides a perfect opportunity for representatives from across the heritage and landscape sector to network with each other and with members of the County Gardens Trusts; to hear, first-hand, the latest news on issues affecting historic designed landscapes; and to share knowledge and discuss key issues in landscape research, conservation and management.
We anticipate that this event will grow over time to become an annual highlight for the heritage and conservation sector. Do please take the time to attend this event to not only keep yourselves briefed and further explore the role of the Gardens Trust in heritage conservation; but also to share your knowledge and experience, helping our County Gardens Trust volunteers to become even more effective allies in the protection of historic landscapes.
If you would like to book a place,you can do so via the Gardens Trust website, at http://thegardenstrust.org/events/. Tickets are £12 each and include admission to both the Assembly and the evening presentation.