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12 FEBRUARY  FIRS AND FLOWERS: THE SCOTTISH GIFT - LECTURER MARILYN ELM

Lecturer; writer: professional and consumer magazines; sound broadcaster: local; television broadcaster; website contributor;researcher. Qualified in landscape architecture and interior design. Studies in Historic Parks and Gardens and Conservation, York University. Experienced tutor and course leader. Specialist subjects: Garden/landscape history and design. Lecturer and speaker for universities and organisations including the RHS, The National Trust and NADFAS. Passionate about promoting our gardening heritage to the public through writing and 'pop-up' talks on a variety of related topics including the glasshouse, the lawnmower, garden tools,children and gardens, the gnome, wartime gardening etc. Conducts visits to historic gardens and others. Contributed to BBC TV ‘Flog It’, Gardeners World Roadshow (antique gardening tools) and ‘Gardens Through Time’. A founder member of the Yorkshire Gardens Trust.



Lectures are held in the Walker Hall,Troon(MAP) and last about one hour.

Members should be seated by 1.20pm for a prompt 1.30pm start.

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