GHSS Annual General Meeting & Lecture 2013

Posted on March 9th, 2013 by Charles Boot
May ’13
15
5:30 pm

GHSS
Annual General Meeting
& Lecture 2013

at the Orwell Room, Riddle’s Court,
322 Lawnmarket, Edinburgh, EH1 2PG
Wednesday 15 May 2013

GHSS-logo

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

GHS Members

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.


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