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Author: Jane Shute Membership And Communications Manager

Hazelnut Heaven

Posted in: Blog Events Learning

This Easter, Westonbirt's learning and participation team have created two great family events, with an Easter Challenge (3 - 6 April) and an exploration of Jurassic Plants (10 - 12 April) on offer for families.

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Maple Syrup

Posted in: Blog Events Learning

This Easter, Westonbirt's learning and participation team have created two great family events, with an Easter Challenge (3 - 6 April) and an exploration of Jurassic Plants (10 - 12 April) on offer for families.

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Sweet Chestnut

Posted in: Blog Events Learning

This Easter, Westonbirt's learning and participation team have created two great family events, with an Easter Challenge (3 - 6 April) and an exploration of Jurassic Plants (10 - 12 April) on offer for families.

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Nutty Delights

Posted in: Blog Events Learning

This Easter, Westonbirt's learning and participation team have created two great family events, with an Easter Challenge (3 - 6 April) and an exploration of Jurassic Plants (10 - 12 April) on offer for families.

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Spice up your life!

Posted in: Blog Events Learning

This Easter, Westonbirt's learning and participation team have created two great family events, with an Easter Challenge (3 - 6 April) and an exploration of Jurassic Plants (10 - 12 April) on offer for families.

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Syrup with a hint of spice

Posted in: Blog Events Learning

This Easter, Westonbirt's learning and participation team have created two great family events, with an Easter Challenge (3 - 6 April) and an exploration of Jurassic Plants (10 - 12 April) on offer for families.

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Victorian Fairy Floss

Posted in: Blog Events Learning

This Easter, Westonbirt's learning and participation team have created two great family events, with an Easter Challenge (3 - 6 April) and an exploration of Jurassic Plants (10 - 12 April) on offer for families.

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Tudor treats

Posted in: Blog Events Learning

This Easter, Westonbirt's learning and participation team have created two great family events, with an Easter Challenge (3 - 6 April) and an exploration of Jurassic Plants (10 - 12 April) on offer for families.

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Chewing on gums

Posted in: Blog Events Learning

This Easter, Westonbirt's learning and participation team have created two great family events, with an Easter Challenge (3 - 6 April) and an exploration of Jurassic Plants (10 - 12 April) on offer for families.

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Prehistoric Plants

Posted in: Blog Events Learning

This Easter, Westonbirt's learning and participation team have created two great family events, with an Easter Challenge (3 - 6 April) and an exploration of Jurassic Plants (10 - 12 April) on offer for families.

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Walking the Line

Posted in: Blog The Westonbirt Project

I ran out of time in my blog entry the other day, so I couldn’t jabber on to you about the Planning Inspector’s verdict on the Welcome Building design itself.

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Champagne, Caviar and Fois Gras…

Posted in: Blog The Westonbirt Project

If champagne, caviar and fois gras was on the Maples menu last Friday, the Project team would have been over there tucking in. We heard our appeal result from the Planning Inspectorate, and it was positive.

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What's the difference between a shed and a barn?

Posted in: Blog The Westonbirt Project

‘What’s the difference between a shed and a barn?’ It’s a question the Planning Inspector asked the Cotswold District Council Conservation and Design Officer on Wednesday this week.

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Tree Team Work at Westonbirt

Posted in: Blog Tree management

October at Westonbirt is a very busy time for us all, especially the tree team. Along with the seasonal added car parking and admissions work we still have to under take our usual duties.

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Arborists' Adventures

Posted in: Blog Tree management Propagation

As members of the tree team here at Westonbirt, we are always looking to find ways to improve the management of plant collections.

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