Winchelsea is a gem - and a surprisingly little visited gem - in almost all respects: a well preserved. . . more
Squerryes Court (www.squerryes.co.uk) built for Sir Nicholas Crisp 1681-5), was bought in 1731 by
Three interesting places in northern Maidstone. Our visit will start with a guided tour of the house. . . more
A huge thank you to all of you who spared the time to respond to our recent newsletter survey. We really appreciate your responses and have taken your views into account.
From now on, we will publish one newsletter a year, and this year (2017) it will be published in late summer.
We will endeavour to publish articles on a range of subjects, including more relating to garden history and conservation. If anyone wishes to write an article, please contact us.
We will also have a book review page, where we will review books on subjects relevant to the Trust's work. Again, if any of you are interested in writing a review, or want to suggest a book for review please contact us.
We intend the newsletter to remain a valuable vehicle for communicating to all of you. We will continue to provide the newsletter in paper format for those who prefer it. Nevertheless, we very much hope that you will enjoy visiting our website, and newsletters past and present will be available to read and download.
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The Trust has published two books about Kent's parks and gardens. Please click here to find out more about these publications.