Hadlow College launches first summer exhibition

PUBLISHED: 15:57 21 July 2009 | UPDATED: 16:08 20 February 2013

Sarah Sturt and Julie Monkman

Sarah Sturt and Julie Monkman

More than 120 guests attended the launch of Hadlow College's inaugural Summer Exhibition and Festival. They were welcomed by principal, Paul Hannan, and director of finance and resources, Mark Lumsdon-Taylor. <br/>The exhibition,...


More than 120 guests attended the launch of Hadlow College's inaugural Summer Exhibition and Festival. They were welcomed by principal, Paul Hannan, and director of finance and resources, Mark Lumsdon-Taylor.


The exhibition, which was open to members of the public for a week and held in the garden design studios, showcased work by final year degree students in garden design and landscape management.


In support of the exhibition, a week-long festival included a programme of inspirational talks covering a wide range of topics from gardening to wildlife and sustainability.

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