This is a day-long workshop provides an opportunity for you to explore aspects of Humphry Repton’s life and work. It will appeal to adults wishing to know more about this important local and national figure and would be particularly suitable for adults with an interest in the history of gardening, the eighteenth century and of Norfolk.
©northofenglandcivictrust More Information on Humphry Repton’s events can be found here. #Repton200 National Trust Gardens Trust
2018 Celebrations In 2018 we will be celebrating the work of Humphry Repton, the last great landscape designer of the eighteenth century. This March will mark the bicentenary of his death. A champion of Gardenesque; Repton wrote various additions of red books which explained the arrangement of exotic plants style designed in accordance with his ‘Principle of Recognition’. The year will involve…
In the Gardens Trust Winter Lecture Stephen Daniels will talk about new approaches to understanding and communicating the art of landscape gardening, and imaginative ways to commemorate the cultural significance of Repton’s work and legacy.
A fascinating exhibition tracing the people of Aylsham through its street names, including Repton Close and Adey Close, with associated exhibition in Aylsham Parish Church.