Passion, Plants and Patronage: Three Hundred Years of the Bute Family Landscapes

Posted on November 12th, 2012 by Charles Boot
Mar ’13
6:30 pm

Passion, Plants and Patronage:
Three Hundred Years of the Bute Family Landscapes
Robert Peel,
Vice Chair of GHS,
and Kristina Taylor, Vice Chair of GHSS

6.30 pm, Wednesday 20 March, The Gallery, 70 Cowcross Street

Several generations of the Bute family have been intimately involved in the development and maintenance of landscapes in Scotland, England and Wales. This talk will link the personalities and landscapes, with particular reference to the two most prominent family members in the field of parks and gardens, the 3rd Earl in C18 and the 3rd Marquess in C19, and discuss the happy condition of these landscapes today.

At The Gallery: 70 Cowcross Street, London EC1M 6EJ (Farringdon Tube Station)
Doors open at 6pm, lectures start at 6.30 pm
£8 for GHS members booking in advance; £10 for all tickets purchased at the door.
Ticket includes one glass of wine.

Season ticket for all five lectures: members £43; non members £54.
Tickets may be booked in advance by post using the Booking Form or bought at the door on the night from 6pm.
Due to the costs of administration, we regret there will be no refunds.
If you are unable to attend, please pass your ticket to someone else.

Please return your completed Booking Form to:
The Garden History Society, Winter Lectures 2013,
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.
For further information and availability of seats, please contact
or phone: 020 7608 2409

Lectures at The Gallery, Cowcross Street, are supported by Alan Baxter and Associates

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