The Surrey Gardens Trust, as an educational charity, aims to raise awareness of and to protect Surrey's rich heritage of outstanding historic parks, gardens and designed landscapes.

Do join us and support our work. Our members are an enthusiastic, friendly group of like-minded people interested in learning about this heritage and its conservation as well as enjoying days out in beautiful gardens and landscapes often not open to the public.

Follow the links below to read about our extensive events programme of lectures and visits, the work we do in the community and how you can become involved.

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Autumn GARDEN VISITS

Join us for our visit to The Garden Museum’s exhibition Repton Revealed

We have an active Research and Recording Group involved in investigating important sites and researching their history. Members of the group also undertake conservation casework and monitor consultations on planning applications across Surrey which may impact on a historic garden.
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Details of Surrey's historic gardens both of national and local importance are searchable under Historic Gardens.

The Trust organises a year-round programme of lectures, study days and garden visits. These events seek not only to educate members about aspects of garden history, design and horticulture but also aim to highlight and encourage appreciation of significant sites while sharing the hidden treasures of many beautiful gardens and landscapes often not open to the public. Find out more…

The Trust is committed to helping children learn about the environment through improvements to school grounds. We provide annual awards to primary and infant schools to help fund improvements to their grounds and other gardening activities. 
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We also run a 'Gateway' project giving disadvantaged people access to the county's beautiful gardens. 
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