GHS Winter Lecture Series, London
Rediscovering the Mughal gardens of Kashmir
Dr Jan Haenraets
Landscape Architect, Environmental Adviser and Historic Landscape Conservation Specialist
The Gallery, 70 Cowcross Street, London EC1M 6EJ (Farringdon Tube Station)
6.30pm, Wednesday 23 February
Doors open at 6pm, lectures start at 6.30pm
Whilst Mughal garden research in the wider global context has evolved significantly over the past decades, conservation management planning was urgently needed for the Kashmir gardens, and Dr Haenraets went to conflict-torn Kashmir in 2010 in order to help with this and to make recommendations.
The cost: £8 for members booking in advance, £10 for non-members in advance, and all tickets purchased at the door (ticket includes glass of wine). Doors open 6pm.
OR season ticket for all five London lectures:
members £43, non members £54
Tickets may be booked in advance or bought at the door on the night from 6pm (check availability: 020 7490 2974). Tickets, non-refundable.
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The Garden History Society, Winter Lectures 2011, 70 Cowcross Street, London EC1M 6EJ,
together with a stamped self-addressed envelope and your cheque for the total amount made out to: The Garden History Society
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Events at Cowcross Street are supported by Alan Baxter and Associates