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Winchester Gardens Trail

We are pleased to announce the launch of our new Winchester Gardens Trail Leaflet. The trail incorporates 14 very special, historical and significant gardens in Winchester. Please click here to download a printable version.

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Vandals destroy bench in Hyde Abbey Gardens, Winchester

This is what remains of one of the benches in Hyde Abbey Gardens, Winchester, recently destroyed by vandals. This garden is looked after & maintained by a wonderful & dedicated Friends Group who look after this very important & historically significant...

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The Chance to Create a New Garden for Winchester

In addition to protecting historic gardens and landscapes, one of HGT’s key missions is to help improve the quality of green spaces around us for the wider well-being of all, and to ensure that there is more accessible green space in urban environments and,...

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New Planting at Home Nursery Green, Winchester

Hampshire Gardens Trust donated £200 to help purchase plants for Home Nursery Green in Winchester, a small communal garden tucked behind the Hilliers Garden Centre on Romsey Road.  Previously the Trust paid for a notice board which sets out the history of the site and...

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Love Parks Week 2020

'Love Parks Weeks' is an annual celebration of our public parks.  This year it runs from 12th-21st July. Parks matter to us all, which is why we need to protect them.  Use them, enjoy them and help ensure that we safeguard them for future generations.

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Message from the Chairman

We hope that everyone has been keeping well at this difficult time.  The HGT has been monitoring developments in relation to the Coronavirus pandemic whilst we have been working from home as the HGT office at Jermyn's House remains closed until July.  Hampshire County...

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Spring/Summer Events Programme Update

We have regrettably had to cancel two further garden visits from our Spring/Summer events programme.  These visits were to The Manor House, Upton Grey and Old Camps, Thatcham.   We are very disappointed as these visits were suggested by many of our members.  We were...

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