Northumberland Garden Seminar
Saturday, 26th September, 2015, Felton Park followed by Gallery 45, Felton
Programme and Speakers:
9.30 Meet at Felton Park greenhouse, which will be almost complete.
10.00 Walk/drive to Gallery 45
10.30 to 12.30:
- Harry Beamish, who carried out Historic England’s research into the greenhouse,on why the greenhouse is so unusual.
- Dr David Marsh, garden historian, on John Claudius Loudon’s contribution to popular gardening.
- Geoff Bailey, descendant of W & D Bailey (Iron Founders) of Holborn, who acquired Loudon’s patent in 1818, on how the greenhouse was
- Fiona Green, Chairman of Northumbria Gardens Trust, on Northumberland’s gardening culture.
12.30 Concluding Remarks
1.00 (Optional) Lunch at Northumberland Arms
Tickets (60 places): Seminar only £3; Lunch at Northumberland Arms £20.
Apply: email@example.com or Tim Maxwell: 01670 787776