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The generous donation comes as the charity begins the 6-month countdown to the grand opening of the garden on 11 MayRepresenting the largest single gift from an individual to RHS Garden Bridgewater, the funds will go towards horticultural and landscape development of the garden, as well as promoting the art, heritage and culture of Chinese gardening within the local community and beyond.
In a first programme of its kind for the RHS, the Chinese Streamside Garden has been designed in a horticultural knowledge exchange with experts from the China Flower Association. The collaborative effort celebrates the huge contribution made to British horticulture by native Chinese plants such as Acer davidii, Rhododendron indicum and Hydrangea paniculata.
Future plans for its development following the opening of RHS Garden Bridgewater will include the creation of an authentically Chinese core, making this the first true Chinese garden of significance in the UK.
As part of our commitment to engage with our local community at every level, these vital funds will also be used to recruit additional staff to help achieve this aim. We are enormously grateful to Dr Lee for his generosity and vision in helping us create this horticultural legacy for all the people of Greater Manchester and beyond.
What better way than through this spectacular project, where a classical Chinese garden will blend perfectly with the beautiful surroundings of the master plan that is RHS Garden Bridgewater.
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Its successful application will see it create a training programme for five Black people or people of colour, each of whom will receive a bursary to remove the financial barrier many face in accessing educational opportunities. To find out more about Hackney Herbal and the work it does, head to hackneyherbal. The coronavirus outbreak meant that the Hackney Citizen was unable to print a monthly newspaper for three months. We're grateful that we have since been able to resume printing. This would not have been possible without the generosity of our readers, whose donations kept the paper from disappearing completely at a distressing time for residents. A huge thank you to everyone who gave their time and money to support us through the lockdown, and to those who continue to do so as we slowly recover from the dramatic fall in advertising revenues, on top of the existing challenges threatening the future of local journalism.
Grants are a key part of the Society's work. Each year, the RHS aims to support around UK-based early career researchers (of any nationality) with grant.
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Find out how our services are affected over Christmas and New Year. The campaign encourages communities to come together and make their neighbourhoods a cleaner and greener place to live. It is a scheme for volunteer-led community gardening groups and horticultural enthusiasts to take part in projects that are relevant to local environment issues. This can include cleaning up a local park, revamping a run-down back alley or adding floral or planting displays to outdoor open spaces. This year's scheme opened for entries on Monday 29 November and applicants have until Friday 14 January to submit entries.
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The GCA offers 28 merit-based scholarships, fellowships and awards in 12 areas. Tell me more. The Anne S. Chatham Fellowship in Medicinal Botany.
Autumn Banner. The latest of many spectacular gardens in the pipeline is a traditional orchard garden on a three-and-a-half-acre plot which will wrap around the original Garden Cottage. This heritage orchard, which will save rare varieties of pear and apple for future generations, is just one example. We want everyone to help us make this exciting project happen.
The RHS and The One Show are once again calling on amateur gardeners across the nation to share images of their green spaces and growing efforts, in search of the very best. Anyone over the age of 18 can submit an entry whatever the shape or size of your garden, whether an outdoor space, an indoor space, a windowsill, balcony or collection of houseplants.
These extensive courses cater for a wide range of people, including career changers who are interested in working in the wonderful world of Horticulture. This course allows students to develop and reinforce a wide range of practical horticultural skills which are required by the keen amateur or professional gardener. The course is suitable for all enthusiastic gardeners or horticultural students and offers opportunities for employment and further progression onto Level 3. You can study either the theory or practical courses together or individually. To enrol onto the RHS level 2 courses you can either pay the full tuition fee prior to starting the course using our online store. Please note you will receive an invoice for the remainder of your tuition fees with instructions on how to set up a reoccurring card payment, once your reoccurring card payment has been set up you will receive an email containing your enrolment link. If you choose to pay in instalments please ensure you pay your non-refundable booking fee by the following dates:.
A fun way to learn about the basics of horticulture in this RHS approved course. You will learn in a suitable environment, with excellent gardens for use as a learning resource. A theory course with a small amount of practical activity to underpin some areas of the syllabus, along with weekly plant identifications.