Garden History Society

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The Garden History Society was an organisation in the United Kingdom established to study garden history and to protect historic gardens.wikipedia
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Register of Historic Parks and Gardens of Special Historic Interest in England

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Since 1995, the Garden History Society was a statutory consultee in relation to planning proposals which affect historic designed landscapes identified by English Heritage as being of national significance, and which are included on the Register of Parks and Gardens of Special Historic Interest in England.
Since 1995, the Garden History Society has been a statutory consultee in relation to planning proposals which affect historic designed landscapes identified by Historic England as being of national significance and which are included on the Register of Parks and Gardens of Special Historic Interest in England.

Mavis Batey

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Presidents included Mavis Batey and Sir Roy Strong.
She published a number of books on garden history, as well as some relating to Bletchley Park, and served as President of the Garden History Society, of which she became Secretary in 1971.

Roy Strong

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Presidents included Mavis Batey and Sir Roy Strong.

Conservation and restoration of historic gardens

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The Garden History Society is the oldest such society in the world, forming in 1966.

United Kingdom

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The Garden History Society was an organisation in the United Kingdom established to study garden history and to protect historic gardens.

History of gardening

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The Garden History Society was an organisation in the United Kingdom established to study garden history and to protect historic gardens.

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The Garden History Society was an organisation in the United Kingdom established to study garden history and to protect historic gardens.

Charitable organization

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It was founded in 1966, and was a registered charity with headquarters in London.

English Heritage

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Since 1995, the Garden History Society was a statutory consultee in relation to planning proposals which affect historic designed landscapes identified by English Heritage as being of national significance, and which are included on the Register of Parks and Gardens of Special Historic Interest in England.

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In addition to the above societies, the Garden History Society is a statutory consultee in relation to planning proposals likely to affect registered historic parks and gardens.

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Timothy Mowl

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He was awarded the Hawksmoor Medal of the Society of Architectural Historians of Great Britain in 1987, was elected a Fellow of the Society of Antiquaries of London in 1993, and served as a member of Council of the Garden History Society between 2002 and 2007.

William T. Stearn

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He also served as president of the Garden History Society and the Ray Society (1975–1977).

Japanese garden

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According to the Garden History Society, Japanese landscape gardener Seyemon Kusumoto was involved in the development of around 200 gardens in the UK.

John Harvey (historian)

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It was from this time that he became increasingly interested in garden history, and a prominent figure in the Garden History Society.

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Japonism

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According to the Garden History Society, the Japanese landscape gardener Seyemon Kusumoto was involved in the development of around 200 gardens in the UK.

Maggie Campbell-Culver

Lectures were given at the Edinburgh International Book Festival, Dartington Festival, and then Garden History Society, while Campbell-Culver enrolled as a Royal Horticultural Society Regional Lecturer.

Penelope Hobhouse

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She moved to Tintinhull and met her second husband, Prof. John Melville Malins, at a Garden History Society meeting; they married in 1983, he died in 1992.

John St. Bodfan Gruffydd

In the mid-1970s, when the Garden History Society was concerned to protect historic landscapes, he suggested the setting-up of a Historic Landscapes Council analogous to the Historic Buildings Council; but the idea was not implemented.