Architectural Heritage Fund is a registered charity founded in 1976 to promote the conservation of historic buildings in the UK.
Black Environment Network BEN focuses in working with deprived ethnic groups.
CABE Education Network - Provides resources to assist teachers and invites pupils to approach the places and spaces they inhabit from different perspectives. Common Ground
European Heritage Garden Network
FACE - Farming & Countryside Education is internationally recognised for playing a unique role in the arts and environmental fields
Federation of City Farms and Community Gardens We are a registered charity which supports, represents and promotes community-managed farms, gardens, allotments and other green spaces
Gardening Leave is a charity, founded by Anna Baker Cresswell in accordance with plans by Combat Stress (Ex-Services Mental Welfare Society) to develop the scope of therapeutic activity for ex-Servicemen and women with PTSD and other mental health troubles.
Garden Museum (formerly the Museum of Garden History).
Garden Web - A list of gardening resources throughout the world
GreenSpace GreenSpace a national charity set up to help those committed to the planning, design, management and use of public parks and open spaces.
Heritage Lottery Fund Using money raised through the National Lottery, the Heritage Lottery Fund sustains and transforms our heritage.
Invitation To View - Historic houses and gardens open by appointment - 54 properties
Parks and Gardens UK - The UK's foremost guide to our nation's parks and gardens.
HDRA - The Organic Organization
English Heritage - The English Heritage Website.
Europa Nostra - Pan-European architectural and natural heritage organization
European Boxwood and Topiary Society
Evergreen4ever - The sensible way to find gardening information on the internet
Folly Towers Information about Follies throughout the country.
Follies of Europe - details of the follies of Europe
Forum for the Future A charity that works in partnership wiht business, the public sector and others to build a sustainable future
Garden Media Guild
Garden History Society Aims:
- To promote the study of the history of gardening, landscape gardening and horticulture in all its aspects
- To promote the protection and conservation of historic parks, gardens and designed landscapes, and to advise on their restoration
- To encourage the creation of new parks, gardens and designed landscapes
www.growcareers.info Horticultural carrerrs information
Helm English Heritage Historic Environment Local Management
Heritage Link Heritage Link was set up in 2002 to give the many and diverse independent heritage organisations in England a collective voice. It aims to influence policy, underpin advocacy and build capacity in the non-government sector.
Historic Gardens Foundation Campaigns for high standards of conservation and fights on behalf of gardens that are threatened by development or neglect.
Japanese Garden Tours
Landscape Design Trust
Live Art Garden Initiative
Metropolitan Public Gardens Association Plays a vital role in the preservation and improvement of countless gardens, neglected sites and green open spaces across London.
NCCPG - The National Association for the Conservation of Plants and Gardens.
New Opportunities Fund - a Lottery Distributor created to award grants to health, education and environment projects throughout the UK.
Pine Lodge Gardens - Situated on the warm, sheltered south coast of St Austell Bay, Cornwall. This garden has rare and unusual plants from all over the world.
Plantlife The Wild Plant Conservation Charity
Royal Institute of British Architects Library
The Royal Horticultural Society - The Resources from Wisley.
The National Gardens Scheme - Resources for finding gardens to visit.
The Georgian Group
The World Monument Fund The leading non-governmental organisation for the protection of cultural heritage.
The Botanical Society of the British Isles
The Conservation Foundation Founded in 1982 by David Shreeve and David Bellamy to provide a means for people in public, private and not-for-profit sectors to collaborate on environmental causes.
The Countryside Agency -
The Department of Transport, Local Government and the Regions
The Federation of City Farms and Community Gardens
The UK Friends of Czech Historic Buildings, Gardens and Parks
The Institute of Horticulture - The Institute of Horticulture is the authoritative organization representing all those professionally engaged in horticulture.
The Landscape Institute - The Institute is involved in the planning, design and management of open spaces, whether in rural or urban locations.
The Linnean Society Plantlife - The Nations Champion of Wild Plants
Tree Register - This organization helps record our remarkable tree heritage.
The Topiary Society - The iinternational association of topiary growers and suppliers.
The Victorian Society The Victorian Society is the champion for Victorian and Edwardian buildings.
Thrive is the national charity whose aim is to enable positive change in the lives of disabled and disadvantaged people through the use of gardening and horticulture.