Cherrill Sands is a garden historian with a great passion for the Arts and Crafts movement.
With the aim of combining beauty and practicality, the movement saw gardens as places to be explored and enjoyed.
Cherrill’s talk will highlight three talented and creative gardeners from the movement.
William Morris, with his first garden at the Red House.
William Robinson, whose books and magazines urged people to break away from the geometric seasonal bedding which was fashionable in the 19th century.
Gertrude Jekyll, who won great acclaim as a garden designer, working alone or with the architect Edwin Lutyens.
Please join us for a fascinating historical talk at
St Joan’s Centre, 19 Tilford Road, Farnham GU9 8DJ
Friday 15 November, 20:00
Refreshments from 19:30
Tickets on Entry:
Members £4 Non-Members £6 Students £2
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