Hidden Clues to Past Landscapes
This one-day course is based in the 107-hectare estate surrounding Forty Hall, Enfield and it will encourage anyone with an interest in landscape history to observe those features which provide clues to the evolution of this landscape over the past 600 or so years. The Grade I listed building, Forty Hall was built in the 17th century and has been recently restored. Its surrounding estate is within the London Metropolitan Green Belt and includes the site of Henry VIII’s Elsyng Palace, a working farm and a newly planted vineyard. Extensive landscaping works have been carried out in the past and include the planting of an avenue of trees, formal gardens and a small lake. Please bring a packed lunch. Please note the venue for this course is: Forty Hall Farm, Forty Hill, Enfield EN2 9HA.
Tricia Moxey has a long association with Epping Forest and edited Favourite Trees, a book celebrating the 50 winners of a district wide competition about its special trees. A contributor to several of the local Tree Strategies, she is actively involved in the on-going action plan to implement the published Tree Strategy for Loughton. She is a qualified botanist and freelance lecturer and enjoys sharing her interests in flowering plants, trees and fungi with others.
How to Apply
To book a place, please visit the FSC website or call the centre directly on 020 8502 8500
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12th November 2017 at 9:45am
Field Studies Council
Biodiversity, Climate Change, Ecology, Nature & Wildlife
Epping Forest Field Centre, Loughton, Essex, United Kingdom