Cobham Conservation and Heritage Trust

Garden Lecture on Sustainable Historic Landscapes - 12 April 2014

Claremont Fan Court School in Esher is hosting its third Garden History Lecture on Saturday 12 April. The event starts at 2pm in the Mansion of the School and will comprise a panel discussion on the topic of 'Sustainable Historic Landscapes'. This is a particularly relevant topic, not least for the School, since Claremont's grounds were created by the four great landscape architects of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries: Vanbrugh, Bridgeman, Kent and Capability Brown.

We will welcome the following four guest speakers to lead the discussions: garden historian Dr Kate Felus, architect Michael B Phillips, and landscape architects Dominic Cole and Chris Churchman.

The event has been organised in conjunction with the Garden History Society and the National Trust and so promises to be an informative and engaging occasion. You can find more details regarding the event, including how to book, online at:

www.claremont-school.co.uk/181/garden-lecture

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