Saturday 9th December 2017
The East Anglia group’s last event of the year will be led by Tom Williamson – Professor of Landscape History at the University of East Anglia, and Stuart Banks, countryside manager for the National Trust
The visit will explore the story of the estate over 1000 years, and how, with its hedges and narrow tree lined lanes, little has changed over the centuries, and it is quintessentially ‘Norfolk’.
Thursday 8th March 2018
The first national ATF event of 2018 will be to the Blenheim Palace Estate, World Heritage Site and the site of several Sites of Special Scientific Interest. The stately home at Blenheim sits among more than 2000 acres of landscaped parkland and gardens, and there are over 900 ancient and other veteran oak trees on the estate in the area known as High Park.
Further details and information about how to book will be available here in due course.
Thursday 28th June to Friday 29th June 2018
The ATF’s summer conference 2018 is set to be based in Herefordshire. Details are not yet available, but afternoon field trips are likely to include a visit to Kentchurch Court.
Further details will be available in due course, and bookings will open in early 2018.
Tuesday 30th January 2018 to Thursday 1st February 2018
Two-day and one-day courses run by ATF experts