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The Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) was founded in 1804 in London, England, as the Horticultural Society of London, and gained its present name in a Royal Charter granted in 1861. The Chiswick garden was maintained until 1903–1904, by which time Sir Thomas Hanbury had bought the garden at Wisley and presented it to the RHS. [1]
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Baroness Gardner of Parkes sponsored a Parliamentary staff pass for Mrs Sarah Joiner, who registered this relevant gainful occupation or benefit: Patron (unpaid), MS Trust, a UK charity providing information for people with M ultiple S clerosis , their family, friends and the people who support them professionally Member of Council, Royal Horticultural Society [5]

May 2011

Cabinet Office
  • Royal Horticultural Society met with Nick Hurd, Minister for Civil Society, to discuss Big Society Policy. [2]
Dept. for Culture, Media and Sport
  • Royal Horticultural Society met with John Penrose, Minister for Tourism and Heritage, to discuss tourism and the Big Society. [3]

April 2011

Wales Office
  • Royal Horticultural Society met with Cheryl Gillan, Secretary of State for Wales, to discuss Welsh Issues. [4]

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