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RCP Garden opening

April 20 2012 at 9:05 AM
Anthony Lyman-Dixon 
from IP address 92.5.202.138

I have received this message from Dr Henry Oakeley, who is in charge of the excellent Physic Garden of the Royal College of Physicians and whose photographs have frequently been used in this journal. I should add that I have heard Dr Oakeley lecture and know him as a witty and erudite speaker and would recommend this as a very worthwhile afternoon.(Google for a map of how to get there)

if the readers of Herbs want a garden tour of the Royal College of Physicians garden, there is an open one for all comers on the first Wednesday of the month at 2pm (free) or by appointment for groups of 10-30 (also free) In any case, ring 02079351174 ext 1200 to book. Also open for London Open Squares (June 9-10) and NGS (August 25) 105 (no need to book, but small entry charge for charity).


Anthony


 

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