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WGC NEWS 04-18

MEMBERSHIP BENEFITS

MEMBERSHIP BENEFITS Humphry Repton at Woburn Abbey and Gardens Renowned gardening expert Alan Titchmarsh MBE opened a new exhibition at Woburn Abbey at a press launch on 21st March 2018, which celebrates the bicentenary of Humphry Repton and his influential work for the Dukes of Bedford. Recognised as the first person to invent and use the title ‘Landscape Gardener’, Humphry Repton regarded himself as the rightful successor to Lancelot ‘Capability’ Brown. Repton produced over 400 designs and schemes for gardens great and small, but of these, he stated, “none were more fully realised than at Woburn Abbey”. Keir Davidson, Matthew Hirst, The Duchess of Bedford, Alan Titchmarch MBE, Martin Towsey Exhibition - Humphry Repton: Art & Nature for the Duke of Bedford Now open to visitors until 28th October 2018, the new exhibition explores the fascinating relationship between Repton and one of his greatest clients. On public display for the first time will be his most elaborate and comprehensive ‘Red Book’, his famous presentation document of proposed designs. His Red Book for Woburn was commissioned in 1804 and illustrates his innovative plans for the Pleasure Grounds and Park, many of which were subsequently realised by the 6th Duke of Bedford. In addition, the exhibition will give guests the opportunity to discover Repton’s other works for the family including at the picturesque Devon Estate of Endsleigh, Oakley House and Russell Square in London. Never before seen, unexecuted designs will feature alongside works of art and archival treasures, which bring to life the creative legacy of Repton. Repton landscapes at Woburn Abbey Gardens Having explored Repton’s legacy in the exhibition, visitors need only step outside to discover Repton’s beautiful landscape designs. Since 2004 the present Duke and Duchess of Bedford have been restoring many of Repton’s features in the Woburn Abbey Gardens. These include the Folly Grotto, the Cone House, the Menagerie and the striking Chinese-style pavilion, which was completed in 2011 and went on to win a Hudson’s Heritage Award. Woburn Abbey and Gardens are open daily from 10.00am and Golf Club members can enjoy free entry and discounted entry for up to four guests. The Woburn Hotel’s award-winning restaurant Olivier’s reopens with a contemporary new design and additional casual dining area The restaurant boasts a stylish contemporary design, which includes a refurbished adjoining casual dining space perfect for light snacks and afternoon tea renamed ‘The Repton Room’ in honour of the first landscape gardener Humphry Repton, whose stunning designs can be seen at the nearby Woburn Abbey and Gardens 14 As a member of Woburn Golf Club, you are offered an opportunity to become a member of the Horsepower Club, which promotes fantastic products and services to private members who have a mutual love of the good things in life, within a network of trusted like-minded people. You can sell, find or promote anything that you think could be of interest to other members. Whether its wine, travel, catering, art, internships, holiday houses to rent out, staff, to organising a party or selling your car, racing, eventing, literally anything. It is currently free to join and free to make a post, there are many benefits, including access to specialists in a lot of different fields offering free advice in many areas, plus incredible discounts and offers with premium companies. For further information please visit: www.thehorsepowerclub.co.uk

MEMBERSHIP BENEFITS Woburn Abbey Garden Show Saturday 23rd and Sunday 24th June House of Jacquart Champagne Lunch at The Woburn Hotel Thursday 9th August Enjoy a Champagne and canapé reception followed by a three course lunch with Champagnes selected to complement each course. The Woburn Abbey Garden Show, an important diary date for keen gardeners, is set against the stunning backdrop of Woburn Abbey and takes place within the 42-acres of Abbey Gardens, including the Duke and Duchess’ Private Gardens. Floral Demonstrations • Garden Advisory Desk • Q&A Sessions Medal-winning Plant Nurseries • Gardening Products • Furniture Sculptures • Tools • Hardware • Artisan Food Marquee • Gift Marquee Free Guided Garden Tours Ticket Prices: Adult £14.00, Concession £13.00, Children £7.00 Diane Gonzalez, Business Development Manager UK for Champagne Jacquart & Montaudon will be hosting this event. The full price is normally £47.50 but Woburn Golf Club members will receive a 10% discount The Social History of Afternoon Tea Monday 13th, Tuesday 14th and Wednesday 15th August Special VIP Packages Saturday 23rd June - Arts and Horticulture Private View Including a tour of the Holland Library in the Family’s private apartments, culminating in a privileged viewing of some of the horticultural treasures in the Library collection. Sunday 24th June - A Guided VIP Gardens Tour Including coffee and pastries with Her Grace The Duchess of Bedford, in the West Hall followed by an escorted visit to the families’ private gardens Woburn Golf Club members receive a 25% discount on entry to the Garden Show (please note there is no discount on the VIP packages) For further information visit: www.woburnabbey.co.uk/gardenshow To celebrate National Afternoon Tea Week, The Sculpture Gallery is delighted to welcome renowned speaker Gillian Perry MBE. Writer, speaker and lecturer, recently retired from her full time role as Co-Founder and Executive Director of the Anne Frank Trust UK, while remaining its Honorary Vice President. She has many years’ experience of speaking and broadcasting in the UK and around the world, in venues such as 10 Downing Street and the United Nations. This fascinating and mouth-watering illustrated afternoon tea and talk covers how tea drinking was first introduced into England, how it was popularised and how afternoon tea became a social institution. It will include the introduction of delicious tea menu items; the customs and etiquette surrounding afternoon tea; examples of the finest silver and porcelain tea ware; the surprisingly risqué connotation of afternoon tea gowns; the rise of public tea rooms and tea dances; the ancient symbolism of birthday celebrations and the current nostalgic popularity of vintage afternoon teas. The full price is normally £28.00 but Woburn Golf Club members will receive a 10% discount 15

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