News

You can keep up to date here with all the latest news concerning SGLH. Reports on recent events, progress with our projects, planned meetings and lectures… you will find it all here.

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Project Leader – Glorious Gardens, East Lothian

Project Leader – Glorious Gardens, East Lothian

Job ref: 57288 Position: Project Leader, Glorious Gardens East Lothian Organisation: Scotland’s Garden and Landscape Heritage Location: UK, Scotland, Edinburgh Closing date: 24/01/2020 Job Type: P Salary: approx. £20,000 Details: Project Leader, Glorious Gardens East...

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Falkland Study Day Visit

Falkland Study Day Visit

Falkland Palace and Estate SGLH visit Saturday 14th September 2019SGLH members and guests enjoyed lectures in Falkland House by Marietta Crichton Stuart, trustee, Peter Burman and Susan Thores, Head Gardener, who also led a guided walk around Falkland Palace grounds....

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RBGE Location Map

RBGE Location Map

Our 2019 AGM is being held at the Royal Botanical Garden Edinburgh.Click on button below to download location map (PDF).

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HES Consultation

HES Consultation

In February '19 SGLH were invited to a workshop facilitated by the Built Environment Forum Scotland (BEFS) to prepare a response to draft HES policy document Principles and Practice for Designation - specifically focussing on Annex 4: The Inventory of gardens and...

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Conservation News

Conservation News

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...

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Seeds of Blood and Beauty: Scottish Plant Hunters

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...

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Glorious Gardens – the Second Stage is under way

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...

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