Don't miss Friday deadline for Custodian Awards Early Bird tickets!

Parks and gardens professionals have until Friday to take advantage of the special rate for the Horticulture Week Custodian Awards offered to early bookers.

Double winners The Parks Trust, Milton Keynes at last year's Custodian Awards.
Double winners The Parks Trust, Milton Keynes at last year's Custodian Awards.

The event, now in its fourth year, is held on Tuesday 25 June 2019 at Woburn Abbey House and Gardens, Bedfordshire where guests have the opportunity to network with leading professionals from acoss the UK's parks and gardens sector.

The event starts with a sparkling reception, followed by the announcement and presentation of the 2019 Custodian Awards winners - and then afternoon tea. 

The Horticulture Week Custodian Awards celebrate the best of parks, gardens and tree management, giving gardens and green space managers working to ensure the best possible future for all kinds of green spaces, the chance to showcase their achievements, reward team effort and highlight to stakeholders the vital role they play.

Click here to book early-bird tickets to the event.

See all the winners from the last two years here.

Parks & Gardens Live

The Custodian Awards is co-located with the free-to-attend Parks and Gardens Live, the ultimate learning, exhibition and networking event for custodians of parks, gardens, grounds and trees.

Curated by Hortciulture Week's technical editor and leading horticultural kit expert Sally Drury, Parks & Gardens Live brings together industry professionals and experts to share ideas and knowledge, understand how the latest developments in products and kit can solve their problems - and gain insight into key industry challenges.

Custodian Award attendees are encouraged to bring their teams to the educational show, featuring kit tests, product showcases and expert workshops


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