Due to unforeseen circumstances, the Gardens Talk has been postponed from Thursday 18th November 2021 to Thursday 21st April 2022.
Adlington Hall and Gardens are delighted to be welcoming one of the foremost garden designers in the UK, James Alexander-Sinclair, for a compelling evening, in the Great Hall of Adlington Hall, all about gardens and gardening. Sparkling wine and canapes served on arrival, included in the ticket price.
James Alexander-Sinclair MSGD is a renowned British garden designer. He began his career as a landscape contractor in London before moving to the English countryside in 1992. Since then he has designed private and public gardens both large and small throughout the UK and occasionally beyond.
James is also a well known writer, contributing to many of the British horticultural publications (Gardens Illustrated, English Garden, Country Life, The Garden etc) and was voted the Garden Media Guild Garden Journalist of the year in 2019. He has had a varied career as television presenter and is a long term member of the BBC team for coverage of the Chelsea Flower Show.
Anyone who has seen James on stage will attest that he is a lively and engaging speaker much in demand on the lecture circuit in the UK, US, Russia and China.
James has been a Royal Horticultural Society gardens judge since 2006, Chair of the Chelsea Flower Show selection panel and chairman of the International Jury at the Moscow Flower show
amongst others. In 2011 he was elected to the Council of the RHS and served 10 years, he continues to be very involved with the society and has recently been appointed as a Vice President.
In 2016 James created a garden at the Scottish Spinal Injuries Centre for the Horatio’s Garden charity, he continues to oversee the garden and in 2021 accepted a role as trustee.
Ticket price: £36.00 per person, including VAT
Arrival time: 7pm – Gates open 6:45pm
Start: 7:30pm prompt
Finish: Approx. 9pm
Pre – booked tickets only £36.00 per person – Tickets can be booked via Candide.
Please note due to fire regulations in the Great Hall, there is limited seating for this event so book early to avoid disappointment.
More information on James Alexander-Sinclair can be found on his website.