Welcome to the Oxfordshire Gardens Trust

A friendly membership organisation for people who love Oxfordshire’s gardens and designed landscapes

Oxfordshire Gardens Trust is all about exploring and celebrating the wonderful parks and gardens in the county, both large and small, public and private, historic and contemporary. Join us to learn about them, their history and the challenge of caring for them in the 21st century. We have a fascinating programme of activities throughout the year, including lectures on a wide range of topics and guided visits to parks and gardens, often private and only accessible by special arrangement. Membership is a great opportunity to find out more and of course to make new friends.

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OGT next zoom lecture 21st January 6 00 - 7 00pm ‘17th century gardens in Oxfordshire and beyond’ - Stephen Wass will speak about his research at Hanwell Castle and elsewhere. Book https://t.co/4rllUNNuyU. Tickets £4 memes £5 non-memes

Next OGT zoom lecture, 17th January. Stephen Wass of Polyolbion Archeology on 17th century gardens in Oxfordshire and beyond. Booking https://t.co/4rllUNNuyU Members £4, non-membs £5.

Online lecture: The Erotic Garden, a romp through garden history with Jane Owen. 6 00-7 00pm Friday 11 December. Free but book at https://t.co/4rllUNNuyU. Not to be missed!

Very clear film from CPRE as a guide to the new Planning proposals https://t.co/kJ1jMRlQLi

Great news! The Landscape at St Catherine’s College, Oxford has been amended to Grade I, on the Register of Parks and Gardens.

National Gardens Scheme https://t.co/DIfzXvjtdf have opened virtual gardens including The Old Rectory Farnborough