This new online facility allows full access to the Register for England for both buildings and gardens, see http://www.historicengland.org.uk/listing/the-list/
Yorkshire has many important historic landscapes. To see more information on nearly 300 of these sites, go to the national database at http://www.parksandgardens.org.
This Grade I South Yorkshire park and gardens is undergoing extensive restoration. Through our nominated trustee we have been giving help and advice for several years. http://www.wentworthcastle.org
The YGT is a member of the Yorkshire and Humber Historic Environment Forum, thus helping shape the heritage strategy for the region. http://www.yhref.org.uk
Download North Yorkshire's veteran trees information (PDF file).
Do you know of a locally esteemed apple not nationally known? It may be a candidate for The Local Apple Register. Contact Simon Clark for details of the scheme and how to get involved.
tel: 0113 2663235
email: simonclark49 [at] gmail.com
Pears, such a magnificent but neglected component of our traditional orchards, are currently a closed book as to what varieties occur. Identification is a fascinating challenge as many turn out to be 18th or 19th C Belgium or French varieties. Why? Contact Simon Clark at the above address or Philip Rainford to take up the challenge.
email: p.f.rain [at] btinternet.com