‘Study Day - Market Gardens, Allotments and Tea Rooms on the Isle of Wight during the 20th Century’
£25.00 to include lunch tea/coffee
Annual General Meeting (Further details soon.)
The Committee is currently working hard to pull together the programme for the rest of the year. Check back regularly for more information.
How to Book IWGT Events
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Or click here for a copy of the booking forms which can be printed and returned to the address shown with your payment
In 2019 we will be looking at the influence of 20th Century design on parks, gardens and designed landscapes.
Kate Harwood, an experienced lecturer in garden history, planning and conservation, will be joining us once again to give one of her very informative lectures. Join us at the Ventnor Botanic Gardens on March 26th to learn more about:
‘The Many Faces of the Arts and Crafts Garden’ and ‘Recreating Utopia: Garden Cities’
In May we will have a study day with Richard Smout the Isle of Wight County Archivist to look at Market Gardens, Allotments and Tea Rooms on the Isle of Wight.