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About the Garden Visit and Travel Guide
The Gardenvisit.com Guide was first published in the autumn of 1998. It delivered approx 400,000 page views in 1999 and 1.1m in 2000. The content is edited by Tom Turner, author of English garden design history and styles since 1650 (1986) which formed the starting point for the GVTG website. You can email the editor or write to him at: GVTG, 29 Westgrove Lane, London, SE10 8QP, UK.
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