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LIVE LECTURE: Gardening4Health - A GP's Perspective by Richard Claxton, GP, Garden Designer and founder www.Gardening4Health.co.uk

Wednesday, 25 May '22   5:30pm – 7pm BST
Francis Holland School, Sloane Square, 39 Graham Terrace, London, SW1W 8JF
57 spaces available
LIVE LECTURE: Gardening4Health - A GP's Perspective by Richard Claxton, GP, Garden Designer and founder www.Gardening4Health.co.uk

Details

The London Gardens Trust is delighted to present a live talk during www.chelseafringe.com in partnership with Francis Holland School.

Richard Claxton talks about his experience of Gardening for his own wellbeing - as well as the way it can benefit his patients, and the growing momentum of Therapeutic Horticulture across the UK.

Richard Claxton is a GP in Tonbridge, Kent, and a keen gardener. He is training in Garden Design - and has a special interest in designing gardens with the health needs of their users, both in residential and healthcare settings. He is passionate about the therapeutic benefits of green and horticultural activities, and curates a web-based directory of Therapeutic Gardens within the UK https://gardening4health.co.uk/

Dr Clare Hickman, Senior Lecturer in History at Newcastle University and Author The Doctor's Garden, Medicine, Science and Horticulture in Britain, will join the post talk panel.

The reception starts at 17.30 and the lecture will run from 18.00-19.00.

Tickets are bookable until Friday 20th May.

Image © Horatio’s Garden

Instructions

Please note access to the lecture theatre is up one flight of stairs, therefore is not suitable for those with mobility issues. There is no lift.

The talk will also be streamed live via Zoom as part of The London Gardens Trust’s joint series of talks with The Gardens Trust. For online tickets, which will be available on Eventbrite, visit www.londongardenstrust.org for more details.

Tickets

Cost
Standard Ticket
57 available until Wed 25 May 5pm
Ticket includes wine and crisps
£16.00

Location

Francis Holland School, Sloane Square
39 Graham Terrace
London
SW1W 8JF

Please note that this venue is not suitable for those with mobility issues as there is a flight of stairs to climb to reach the lecture theatre.