This visit will be led by the University of Exeter Director of Grounds, Iain Park. A morning visit to the Streatham campus will be followed by an afternoon visit to the St Luke's campus. Attendees will be limited to 20.
When: Wednesday 2nd September 2015 – arrive 10.15a.m. at Streatham Campus for tea/coffee followed by an 11.00a.m. start.
Where: Streatham and St Luke's campuses, University of Exeter. Directions and car parking arrangements will be sent to attendees. Visitors will have to make their own way to St Luke's campus for the afternoon tour.
Cost: £6.50 (DGT members); £8.00 (non members of the DGT). Lunch is not provided. There are food outlets at the University or visitors can bring a picnic.
How to book: Please complete the booking form (click here). Please book before Monday 24th August 2015.
About the University gardens
The University of Exeter’s Green Flag awarded Streatham and St Luke’s Campuses are acknowledged as the most beautiful and botanically interesting of any UK University. Streatham Campus is described by The Times as the ‘best-gardened campus in Britain’ and by The Independent as having a ‘sublime’ setting.
The Streatham Campus is a registered botanic garden and both campuses display examples of the University’s National Collection of Azara (a South American evergreen shrub).
The grounds also feature excellent sporting facilities and provide a fantastic environment for staff, students and visitors. The total area of the University's estates totals 153 hectares: Streatham Campus covers 114 hectares and St Luke's covers 8 hectares.
A team of 37 staff, including apprentices work on the grounds, nursery and outdoor sports facilities throughout the year.
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