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For your own copy of any of our current publications, or to express an interest in a re-print of any of our previous ones, please contact us.
Repton in Essex 2018, revised & updated
A comprehensive inventory of Essex gardens and landscapes associated with the landscape designer, Humphry Repton. Revised & updated by Jill Plater & Georgina Green in the bi-centenary year of Repton's death, and with a new foreword by EGT's award-winning Writer-in-Residence, Bella D'Arcy Read. Edited by Fiona Cowell.
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EGT Journal, February 2018
'The Repton Edition': in celebration of the bi-centenary of landscape designer, Humphry Repton's death. With additional features about contemporary Essex gardens including Easton Lodge, Cressing Temple, Broomfield Hospital, RHS Hyde Hall, and a lively 'Who's Who' at EGT!
£5.50 including p&p
EGT The Living Landscape: Animals in Parks & Gardens of Essex
EGT's renowned garden history team has uncovered a wealth of rarely published information, providing a fascinating and comprehensive insight into the role of animals in gardens and designed landscapes. From bee boles to deer parks, fishponds to menageries, aviaries, dovecotes, warrens and stables, a captivating picture of a vibrant and ever-changing landscape unfolds as we are invited to peek over the garden wall.
Edited by Dr Twigs Way; A4, 92pp, paperback; 46 black & white illustrations & 12 in colour; ISBN 978-0-9565198-0-1.
£12.80 inc p&p
The EGT Library
EGT holds an extensive library of books relating to gardens and landscape which is held by the University of Essex at its Wivenhoe campus library, Colchester. As an EGT member you have access not only to EGT's own books held there, but also the University’s own vast and impressive collection. With thanks to the University of Essex.
Wish for a re-print of our previous publications
Historic Designed Landscapes
Planning and Conservation guidance, edited by Angela Taigel
Lancelot Brown and his Essex Clients
In celebration of the tercentenary of the birth of Lancelot ‘Capability’ Brown (1716-1783) the Essex Garden Trust’s new publication is a gazetteer of Brown’s eighteenth century commissions that reshaped the landscape of several of Essex’s historic houses. Sites included are Audley End, Belhus, Coopersale House, Copped Hall, Hallingbury and Hatfield Forest, Navestock, Shortgrove, and Thorndon Park.
Archive Based Studies on Historic Gardens and Landscapes in Essex, edited by Dr Twigs Way.
Rooted in Essex
An inventory of designers, nurserymen, writers and artists associated with historic Essex gardens. Compiled and written by EGT's garden history team & edited by Dr Twigs Way.