Hyde Park: A History of Trees - Greg Packman

Monday, 5 October '20   6pm - 7pm
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Hyde Park: A History of Trees - Greg Packman
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Hyde Park is one of London’s oldest and arguably Britain’s most famous park. It has a long and varied history that has seen continual change and evolution in its landscape and use. From the site of a monastery to royal hunting ground and from private royal grounds to one of the first public parks for the upper classes; some of the most significant moments in British cultural and societal history have involved Hyde Park. Through the centuries of change, the trees have evolved with the landscape and are a key part of its history. Join us for a different historical perspective on one of London’s finest and most famous public parks.

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Member Ticket
Can be booked using class passes:
  • 2020/2021 Lecture Series Members Season Ticket
  • 2020/2021 Lecture Series Non - Members Season Ticket
For Gardens Trust/London Gardens Trust/all County Gardens Trusts members
£4.00
Non - Member Ticket
Can be booked using class passes:
  • 2020/2021 Lecture Series Members Season Ticket
  • 2020/2021 Lecture Series Non - Members Season Ticket
For all non-members of The Gardens Trust, The London Gardens Trust, and any other County Garden Trust
£6.00
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