Giles & William Waterfield talk about Le Clos du Peyronnet

 


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Second in a series of lectures asking garden designers and writers to consider the question: what is spirit of place?

William Waterfield talks about his garden Le Clos du Peyronnet in Menton begun by his grandfather in 1915, and which inspired his brother Giles's classic novel The Long Afternoon.

  • 7pm-12am
  • £10

Where

Garden Museum
Lambeth Palace Road, London, SE1 7LB
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This event is related to A Sense of Place: Photographs by Dan Pearson

Next in series

Wednesday 11 November 2009
Tom Stuart-Smith


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