London Parks & Gardens Trust was launched as an independent charitable trust at the Chelsea Flower Show in May 1994. Its objectives, as laid out in its Memorandum and Articles of Association, are to:
The Trustees of the LPGT have agreed a Strategic Direction which will direct our work over the coming years. It lays out our Vision, Purpose and Aims to provide a focus going forward and defines our Strategic Fit with other organisations to identify what it is that makes the LPGT stand out.
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The office is normally open Tuesday to Thursday, 10am to 3pm.
Due to staff holidays, the office will only be open on Wednesdays during July and August. Staff will be working remotely on Tuesdays and Thursdays and emails to email@example.com will be monitored.
|Ruth Holmes (Chair)||firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Richard Martin (Vice Chair)||email@example.com|
|Maureen Nolan (Secretary)||firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Lisa Watson (Treasurer)||email@example.com|
In May 2012 our new website, London Gardens Online www.londongardensonline.org.uk, was officially launched. The information is derived from the Inventory of London's Green Spaces of Local Historic Interest, one of the Trust's biggest projects. Over 2,500 spaces across Greater London have been researched for the Trust's Inventory, 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.
The Inventory is constantly updated and extended by a team of volunteer researchers.
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