Monty Don’s passion for gardens and gardening, organic practices and home-grown vegetables encompasses a deep respect for rural living and traditional skills. Gardens Illustrated are delighted to welcome him as the speaker at their first Autumn lecture, held at the Royal Geographical Society in London. Monty will be talking about his life in gardening, his passion for growing and his Herefordshire garden, Longmeadow (below), familiar to viewers of Gardeners’ World as the base for the programme for the last three years.
His talk promises to be entertaining, informative and thought provoking.
Friday 10 October 2014
Royal Geographical Society, 1 Kensington Gore, London SW7 2AR
Rows A-I and O-P Subscribers: £40, Non-subscribers: £45.
Rows J-N Subscribers: £35, Non-subscribers: £40.
Transaction fee applies.
6.30pm Doors open
7.30pm Lecture begins
9pm Doors close
Call (UK callers) 0871 230 7156
(overseas callers) + 44 114 224 9780
Book online here using the code CFIL.
Please have your BBC Countryfile Magazine subscriber number to hand when booking. This can be found on your magazine wrapping.
GARDENS ILLUSTRATED reserves the right to replace the speaker with another speaker of equal stature in the unlikely event that the original speaker is unable to attend. Tickets must be booked in advance. Please let us know when booking of any special access requirements. Tickets are non-refundable. Driving to the lecture is not advised. Nearest London Underground station is South Kensington. Cash bar.