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For better or worse, the early months of the New Year have seen the culmination of several long-running conservation cases for Scotland’s Garden and Landscape Heritage. These include the outcomes of appeals for a large-scale tourism, leisure and housing development at Loudoun Castle, and the quarry extensions at New Lanark, plus the long-awaited opening of […]

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Seeds of Blood and Beauty:Scottish Plant Hunters

At our joint ‘Spring Lecture’ on 15 March 2018, with Friends of The Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh, Author and journalist, Ann Lindsay, set out to explain ‘how a handful of Scots have hunted out and introduced into the West, more plants from around the world than all the other European Nations combined’. They were explorers as […]

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Glorious Gardens – the Second Stage is under way

Scotland’s Garden and Landscape Heritage’s Glorious Gardens project is entering its second stage.  The purpose is to produce a conservation strategy for the historic designed landscapes of the Clyde and Avon Valleys based on site records, researched and written by a team of volunteers, during Phase 1 of the project. The first of a series […]

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SGLH AGM 2017 Minutes

  SGLH AGM 2017 Minutes   The AGM of Scotland’s Garden and Landscape Heritage took place on 6 May at Alloa Tower.   You can read the Minutes of the AGM 2017 by clicking on the link.

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