Topic will be ‘From Capability Brown to the Incredible Edible Network – new ways of engaging communities with landscape’

Pam Warhurst, founder of The Incredible Edible Network, will be one of the speakers
Pam Warhurst, founder of the Incredible Edible Network, will be one of the speakers. © Landscape Institute

This year’s Jellicoe lecture will take place on 19 October at Leeds Beckett University, immediately following the AGM.

The subject of the event will be ‘From Capability Brown to the Incredible Edible Network – new ways of engaging communities with landscape’ and there will be four speakers.

First will be Sara Main, education development manager, and Rachel Parkin, education coordinator, of the Chatsworth House Capability Brown project. Their subject will be ‘Engaging deprived communities and refugees with the landscape of Capability Brown.’

The next speaker will be Alan Simson, professor of landscape architecture and urban forestry at Leeds Beckett University. He will talk about ‘urban forestry and green streets – engaging people with green infrastructure’.

Finally, Pam Warhurst, founder, of The Incredible Edible Network, will talk about ‘creating urban farmers, unlocking the power of food and reducing health inequality’.

See here for more details and to book a place.

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