Yorkshire Gardens Trust news archive
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Conference Papers now available
Small Grants form for 2012 now available!
This new group has formed to continue the work on looking after Hackfall
A new route linking the Aislabie estates in North Yorkshire
Part-time vacancy to start April 2013
Certificate, Diploma and Advanced Diploma in Historic Environment at the University of Cambridge
University of Buckingham, starts October 2012
Copy now available online
Presentation of Europa Nostra award
Transition Richmond Yorkshire is encouraging gardeners of the future
English Landscape Gardens 1650 to present day
HLF grant awarded to The Wakefield and North of England Tulip Society
Artist, Ian Scott Massie, explores Studley Royal and Hackfall
Ed Kluz's paintings of objects of our cultural heritage
Certificate, Diploma and Advanced Diploma in Historic Environment courses now available for application
Full day Conference on 'City Futures: New Perspectives on Placemaking' at Sheffield Hallam University on 22nd September
The Wentworth Castle Trust has made it to the finals for the National Lottery Awards
HLF has awarded a grant of £2.4m towards the restoration of the Victorian Conservatory
GHS leaflet – Beyond the Playground: new approaches to children’s play in historic gardens
Castle Howard has won the 2011 Garden of the Year award sponsored by the Historic Houses Association and Christie's
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The UK's parks, lakes, forests and wildlife are worth billions of pounds to the economy, says a major report
Scampston Hall's walled garden in Ryedale has received funding to progress a development grant for their conservatory restoration.