A Nation of Gardeners: Private Pleasure, Social Opportunity
A gardener from the age of seven, Michael Heseltine was to discover the role of horticulture in an ever-widening context. In publishing and in a range of social activities he found the environmental and therapeutic benefits of a profession that permeates the national character.
Join us for a memorable and exclusive evening with Lord Heseltine, who will recount his life-long love of gardens borne out of his own garden at Thenford in Northamptonshire and in his distinguished public career, and share his passion for the social impact of gardens and green space in urban Britain.
The evening will start promptly at 7.00pm, with doors opening at 6.00pm for a cash bar.
Tickets cost £25 in aid of the National Garden Scheme and will be received via email. Please show proof of purchase at the door, either by printing your ticket or showing the ticket on your mobile phone.
When and where
7 November, 6:00 pm – 8:30 pm
- Royal Geographical Society
Royal Geographical Society
London, SW7 2AR United Kingdom + Google Map