are nationally famous and secure in the ownership of the National
Trust or other authorities who are aware of their value and
are able to maintain them appropriately.
There remain many important
historic landscapes which are at risk and vulnerable to modern
pressures for change.
Staffordshire has many fine examples of gardens, parklands
and public parks which reflect a wide range of styles and
the changing fashions of past centuries.
in 1992, the Staffordshire Gardens & Parks Trust aims
to record all valuable designed landscapes within the 'old'
boundary of Staffordshire.
There are over 400 sites listed on our inventory, available
in the Archive.
Left: Ingestre Hall
There are positions available on the Council of Management
EMAIL The Chairman
from the Contact Page
Have your say on the proposed
re-development with this online questionnaire
to SGPT's new President,
More details on the NEWS page
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