Forthcoming Events

Capability Brown at Leeds Abbey – 26th March 2019

This is an opportunity to explore part of the very overgrown grounds of Leeds Abbey and experience the. . . more

Spring Lecture - Head Gardeners by Ambra Edwards – 31st March 2019

What is Britain’s greatest contribution to world culture? Writer and garden historian Ambra Edwards. . . more

Great plantsmen’s gardens north of the Thames – 16th April 2019

E A Bowles (1865 to 1954) was a great late nineteenth and early twentieth century plantsman who created. . . more

Smiths Hall and Nettlestead Place – 24th April 2019

Smiths Hall was rebuilt by John Brewer, and dated 1719 on a rainwater head and Kip’s engraving in Harris’s. . . more

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Newsletters and Publications

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We publish a newsletter once a year, in the Autumn. In addition, we send out regular updates by email to all members who have provided us with an email address. These are designed to keep members informed about forthcoming events and other news. If you are not receiving these updates please contact us to provide your email address.

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 are available to read and download.

We also encourage you to use our new message board if you have any comments on the work of the Trust.

Please click here to read the latest newsletter.

Please click here to look at previous newsletters.

The Trust has published a number of books about Kent's parks and gardens, including ’Capability Brown in Kent‘. Please click here to find out more about these publications.