Group    From 1982 

Westminster Tree Trust

Categories: Gardens / Agriculture

Westminster Tree Trust (originally the Pimlico Tree and Preservation Trust) was founded by Lord Forsyth of Drumlean in 1982 as a charity dedicated to improving the environment in Westminster. Website.

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Westminster Tree Trust

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Westminster Tree Trust

This Whitebeam was planted by the Rt Hon The Lord Forsyth of Drumlean, founde...

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September 11 - Westminster

The picture for the Westminster Tree Trust shows one of these trees being pla...

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Commonwealth Walkway Trust

Commonwealth Walkway Trust

Established in 2012 with a donation made by the Jubilee Walkway Trust. The Trust’s charitable mission is to create walkways in towns and cities around the world to preserve and protect the physical...

Group, Education, Gardens / Agriculture, History, Sport / Games

2 memorials
Jane Loudon

Jane Loudon

Author and pioneer of science fiction. Born near Birmingham as Jane Webb. Wrote "The Mummy!: Or a Tale of the Twenty-Second Century" and published it in 1827, anonymously. This was reviewed favour...

Person, Art, Gardens / Agriculture, Literature

1 memorial
River Fleet

River Fleet

The Daily Mail has a useful map showing the route of the old Fleet River, buried long ago. It is said that you can still hear it gurgling past through a grating in Farringdon Road near the Guardian...

Place, Gardens / Agriculture

2 memorials
William Andrews Nesfield

William Andrews Nesfield

The Regent's Park plaque has the date of birth as 1794 but this contradicts all the other sources we have found, which have 1793. Nesfield was a significant Victorian garden designer who had a rep...

Person, Gardens / Agriculture

1 memorial
John Evelyn

John Evelyn

17th century diarist and garden designer. Born Wotton, Surrey. Through his 1647 marriage he came into possession of the Sayes Court estate in Deptford, on the Thames. As far as we can tell the poss...

Person, Gardens / Agriculture, Literature

4 memorials