New Opportunity for Literature Distribution to key influential professionals involved in preserving, maintaining, restoring and promoting the country’s garden heritage.
The fourth annual, national networking forum from the Gardens Trust, attracting delegates from across the heritage and landscape sector, with County Gardens Trusts right at its heart.
Invited Delegates will be key personnel from, County Gardens Trusts, the IHBC, Amenity Societies, Building Preservation Trusts, Landscape Practices, Heritage Lottery Fund, Heritage Open Days, National Trust, Historic Houses Association, the Arts Society, Garden Museum, Historic England, English Heritage, CPRE, Natural England, local authority planning departments, local authority Historic Environment Records.
We offer to distribute your product information to all delegates attending the event on the day by including your insert in the delegate pack.
The Assembly is organised for all those with a stake in historic designed landscapes and their conservation enabling them to meet and discuss current issues. Speakers will update us on current Gardens Trust campaigns and will include representatives from Historic England, Natural England and the National Lottery Heritage Fund. We will also be treated to case studies from County Gardens Trusts, showcasing their varied research, conservation and outreach projects. Highlight speaker Fiona Davison, Head of Libraries and Exhibitions at the RHS, will talk about her new book ‘The Hidden Horticulturists: The Untold Story of the Men who shaped Britain’s Gardens’.
Discussion will include ideas for sharing historic parks and gardens with a wider audience; the place of research in conservation; and ways to drive our sector’s renewed determination to be a combined force for good.
The Gardens Trust was born out of the 2015 merger of the Association of Gardens Trusts and the Garden History Society. A fresh organisation restated its role as a key conservation organisation working to protect designed landscapes. The Historic Landscapes Assembly brings together those working for the protection of historic designed landscapes, to discuss key issues demanding their collective attention.
We are anticipating 80 delegates to attend and loose inserts to be placed in the delegate packs are priced at £95 + VAT. Prices quoted are based on each item weighing not more than 25gms. Heavier items can be included but may require an add-on cost.
Approx 110 Inserts will need to be delivered 25th October 2019. For more information or to book a loose insert contact Maz Oakley Tel: 01462 896688 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org