Start Date: Monday, 15 October 2018
End Date: Monday, 15 October 2018
Time: 7pm for 7.30pm
Type of Event: Talk for Friends of Ludlow Museum
Venue: Ludlow Museum Resource Centre
The 19th century Millichope Glasshouse marks an important point in the history of the development of glasshouses at a time when horticultural interest in Britain was booming with the introduction of new exotic plants from far-flung regions of the Empire, whilst at the same time industry was making the most incredible technological advances. On securing grant funding in 2014/15 Jack and Laura Willgoss began their project to save Millichope’s large range of iron curvilinear glasshouses from dereliction and restore the walled garden. Jack will be talking about their work on these projects.
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