The London College of Garden Design that moved it’s one-year Garden Design Diploma classes to take place in the Orangery conference facilities at the world famous Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew in September 2011, this week celebrated the success of students with a graduation ceremony held at Cambridge Cottage in the grounds.
Jon Sims took the honours with the College prize and David Holme was presented with a prize awarded by Luciano Giubbilei. Already graduates from 2011 have been making their mark at RHS shows with Graeme Thirde’s Best in Show at BBC Gardeners World and Katherine Wills as a finalist in the Young Garden Designer of the Year at Tatton Park.
Director Andrew Wilson said “Not only have graduates been winning awards they are also getting great commissions and many are starting their careers with leading designers such as Andy Sturgeon and Bowles & Wyer. Our success is down to a unique combination of talents and teaching that students are finding to be a compelling reason to study with us.”
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