London Parks & Gardens Trust aims to increase knowledge and appreciation of parks, squares, community gardens, cemeteries, churchyards - all those places that form London's open space network.
Trust members - amateurs and professionals - provide and enjoy lectures, walks, day trips, children's programmes, a newsletter and journal, research and an inventory of historic green spaces.
Information on over 2,500 spaces across Greater London is now available at www.londongardensonline.org.uk. This information is derived from the Inventory of London's Green Spaces of Local Historic Interest, one of the Trust's biggest projects. It was researched with the valuable participation of many people.
The aim is to appeal to a broad range of users - from casual garden visitors to local residents, local historians, students, schoolchildren and teachers, planning authorities, architects, landscape designers, estate agents as well as tourists and visitors to London.
London Gardens Online celebrates more than 8,000 visitors in one week! News release (PDF 130KB)
Celebrating 300 years of Capability Brown’s stunning landscape designs.
This internet-based project helps schools get the maximum benefit from their local parks and open spaces.
A national organization representing 34 county gardens trusts actively engaged in conserving, researching, documenting and caring for our heritage of parks, gardens and designed landscapes.
AGT Newsletter, Autumn 2013 (PDF 467KB)
Parks & Gardens UK is the leading on-line resource for historic parks and gardens providing freely accessible, accurate and inspiring information on UK parks, gardens and designed landscapes and all activities concerned with their promotion, conservation and management.
The London Parks & Gardens Trust is looking for a highly experienced and flexible Event Manager to take on the challenge of organising the high-profile Open Garden Squares Weekend (OGSW).
London Historic Parks & Gardens Trust is a registered charity, no 1042337, and a company limited by guarantee registered in England & Wales, no 2935176.
From September 2014 at the Institute of Historical Research, London University.