Newsletters

Newsletters

Our newsletters are stored here as PDF documents. Each newsletter has its own link for downloading.

2017

2017-07
2017-04
2017-01

2016

2016-10
2016-07
2016-04

2016-01

2015
2015-01 (3Mb)
2015-04
2015-07
2015-10

2014
2014-03
2014-09 (2Mb)

2013
2013-01
2013-05
2013-08

2012
2012-03
2012-07
2012-10

2011
2011-01
2011-04
2011-08
2011-11

2010
2010-01
2010-04
2010-07
2010-10

2009
2009-05
2009-03

2008
2008-02
2008-05
2008-09
2008-12

2007
2007-12
2007-10

2006
2006-03

2005
2005-01
2005-06
2005-09
2005-11

6 comments for “Newsletters

  1. admin
    09/05/2017 at 18:52

    Hi Kim, Just to update you on your query re the handkerchief tree. Our tree expert says it is Davidia involucrata which is from China where it is endangered in the wild
    Anne

  2. admin
    07/05/2017 at 18:26

    Hi Kim

    Is it the crucible wall you are referring to – it is made of blue brick industrial crucibles? If you click on the resources tab, then publications, then Historic Landscape Survey, then entire document you can download the Landscape Survey document which has detailed history of the estate. Page 72 gives more information on the wall. The Chamberlain Highbury Trust is currently researching more about this feature of the estate.

    We are trying to locate more information on the tree you have enquired about and will reply further when we have more information

  3. Kim
    05/05/2017 at 09:58

    Dear HPF,

    I am interested to know when the angry wall was built, how long it stayed open/revealed, when it became overgrown and when it was finally revealed once more? Is there any evidence to back up the story that it is made from concrete mouldings of bomb-shells filled with concrete as stated by Martin Mullaney? Some people say they are actual bomb shells. On another note, what cultivar is the handkerchief tree in the Italian garden? I telephoned to ask but did not receive a reply. Thanks, Kim

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