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King Edward VII’s Broadway Visit – 9th July 1905

On Sunday 9th July 1905, King Edward VII (known throughout his life as Bertie) visited Broadway. His Majesty had travelled by train to Moreton-in-Marsh the previous afternoon. He had spent the Saturday night with Lord Redesdale1 at Batsford Park with fellow guests: his equerry Major G. Lindsay Holford,  CVO, CIE, the Austrian Ambassador Count Albert von Mensdorff-Pouilly-Dietrichstein, …

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Learn a Traditional Rural Skill in the Cotswolds

Learn a Traditional Rural Skill in the Cotswolds Whilst holidaying in the Cotswolds in one of our Cotswold holiday cottages, why not combine your stay with learning a traditional rural skill? In the Cotswolds AONB, the Cotswolds Conservation Board run a number of courses throughout the year on which participants can learn hedgelaying techniques, how …

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Alfred Parsons RA, RI, PRWS (1847-1920)

My interest in gardening grew after obtaining an RHS Certificate in Horticulture which then led me to a qualification in Garden Design in 2005. During my studies I studied many great British garden designers including Alfred Parsons, Gertrude Jekyll (who was famous for her herbaceous borders and greatly influenced by the Arts & Crafts Movement), Sir Geoffrey …

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