English Heritage Historic & Botanic Garden Bursary graduates enter the industry

The latest English Heritage Historic & Botanic Garden Bursary graduates have entered the industry.

Lucy Wharton (Chatsworth House) has accepted a full-time gardener post at Chatsworth House. Ben Warren (University of Bristol Botanic Gardens) has gone to Sir Harold Hillier Gardens for a traineeship. Andy Dillon (University Botanic Gardens, Liverpool) has become a full-time gardener at Bryn Bella in north Wales.

Peter Keefe (Wakehurst Place) accepted a full-time post as gardener at Borde Hill, Sussex. Caron Billington and Paul Riding (Trentham Estates) are gardener at Kelmarsh Gardens and craft gardener at Trentham respectively.

Corin Golding (Eden Project) will start the one-year traineeship at Tresco Abbey Gardens. Tom Upton (Myddleton House) will do the two-year RHS diploma course at Wisley.

Natalie Foley and Susan Urpeth (English Heritage) have secured traineeships at RHS Wisley and Kew respectively. Ben Dawson (Castle Fraser) is gardening at Drum Castle.


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