Repton Cycle Trail
This cycle trail will explore locations across the district that have links with Repton, and others that will be of interest to nature lovers and garden enthusiasts.
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Old Catton Village Wheelbarrow Trail
This walking trail is just one of many events taking place in Norfolk and across the country this year as part of the Repton 200 celebrations. The historic village of Old Catton has strong connections with Repton – Catton Park was his first commission as a landscape gardener.
The Old Catton Village Wheelbarrow Trail will take you past many historic buildings, which would have been standing during Repton’s time in Norfolk. The trail allows you to locate a number of wheelbarrows outside these buildings all decorated by different local community groups, which will be on display between May 7 and 13, 2018.
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Humphry Repton: How the legendary gardener embodied the spirit of his age, Country Life, 13 January 2018
The leading garden-maker at the turn of the 19th century, Humphry Repton (1752–1818) was a man of feeling, as well as business. On the eve of his bicentenary, Steven Desmond charts the fortunes and misfortunes of one of the best-loved luminaries of English gardening’s history.
What is beauty?
A complete set of lesson plans and resources, inspired by Repton’s ‘before’ and ‘after’ views, which encourage children to think critically about the concept of ‘beauty’ in the modern world.
Curriculum links: PSHE, History, Art
Age groups covered: KS1, LKS2, UKS2, KS3.
Aylsham High School Repton Competition
U3A Repton Research
Repton 200 Logo Guidelines
Please use the guidelines in the below PDF when using the logo.
Featured image provided by : National Trust