GHSS Annual General Meeting & Lecture 2013
Annual General Meeting
& Lecture 2013
at the Orwell Room, Riddle’s Court,
322 Lawnmarket, Edinburgh, EH1 2PG
Wednesday 15 May 2013
The AGM of the Garden History Society in Scotland will take place on Wednesday 15 May 2013,
followed by a lecture by
Dr Peter Burman Chairman GHSS, Arts & Heritage Consultant, Archivist of Hopetoun House,
on Spirit of Place: The Intangible in Garden & Landscape Design’.
- 5.30 Registration for AGM
- 6.00 AGM
- 7.00 Registration for lecture
- 7.15 Lecture
Attendance at the AGM is open to all Garden History Society members and is, of course, free.
GHS members & non-members
The lecture is open to Garden History Society members and non-members alike. For everyone, there is a charge of £7. Places at the lecture are limited and will be allotted on a ‘first come first served’ basis.
Dr Peter Burman, Chairman GHSS, Arts & Heritage Consultant, Archivist of Hopetoun House, will give the AGM lecture on Spirit of Place: The Intangible in Garden & Landscape Design. Peter will argue that intangible aspects of gardens, whether historic or recent, are as important as the more tangible ones but require a little more detective work and patience to unravel.
To ensure your place(s) at the lecture, please complete and return the Booking Form and a cheque made out to The Garden History Society as soon as possible and not later than 8 May 2013 to: Grace Ellis, 14 Jordan Lane, Edinburgh, EH10 4RA.