Paid posts under bursary scheme

There are 19 full-time paid posts available this year throughout the UK under the Historic & Botanic Garden Bursary Scheme (HBGBS).

Host gardens include castles, botanic gardens and private estates and they are offering training opportunities in both specialist and general horticulture.

The Dorothy Clive Garden in north Staffordshire has been selected as one of the host gardens. Curator Marcus Chilton-Jones said: "The trainee scheme is revered so this is a real accolade for us. We have a wealth of experience, which provides an extremely fertile learning opportunity."

- Placements start in September. For further details, email HBGBS coordinator Fiona Dennis on fiona.dennis@english-heritage.org.uk or call 01737 244664.


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