OGT are pleased to share the Spring lectures series for 2022.
All lectures are online. Zoom links will be sent a few days before each lecture takes place; please enter the zoom ‘room’ by 5. 45pm, for lecture commencement at 6pm.
Register for each talk on EventCube: https://ogtevents.eventcube.io, or via OGT events. Cost: £4 members (inc other GTs), £5 non-members.
Some lectures will be recorded and available for one week after the lecture. Booking will close at 4 00pm on the day of the lecture.
An exciting programme of visits has been finalised and we are delighted that booking is already available for some dates. As soon as all the details for other visits are confirmed they too will be posted! Joining instructions and details about visits are sent approximately one week before the event.
If a visit should become fully booked, please contact email@example.com to be put on a waiting list.
Please accept our good wishes for the season.
The OGT committee.
Owner Sarah Pajwani gives an introductory talk (c. 45-60mins) on how she and her partner have created a new garden at St Timothee, after which we will be able to wander the garden at [...]
Visit to the Lyde Garden, a sunken aquatic garden created by former cabinet minister Lord Carrington, opposite his family home, and the Manor House garden, his private garden. The Lyde was designed by Robert [...]
Visit to Milton Grundy’s Japanese Garden, which Mr Grundy designed with the artist Viacheslav Atroshenko, with whom he had visited Kyoto, and Japanese designer, Mr Kasmoto. The Grade II* garden is a careful balance [...]
An opportunity to get out in the fresh air and get your hands dirty! Learn about research, hands on archaeology, recording and storing finds. Sessions at Enstone, Hanwell and Stowe. Contact Stephen direct for [...]