Tree management at English Heritage


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Michael Klemperer was a student at both Pershore College and the Royal Botanical Gardens Kew. He has worked for Welwyn Hatfield Parks, Sheffield University (where he both studied in landscape and archaeology, worked in the contracts division, and as a tutor/lecturer) In addition he has worked on the management plans of Brodsworth Hall, and on two major HLF projects, as Park Manager at Cusworth Hall for DMBC, and as Estate Manager at Wentworth Castle. These projects involved extensive landscape restoration including the creation of landscape teams and the recreation of farmland, monuments, parkland and woodland. In this process he has managed woodland and supervised EWGS and arboricultural programmes. His post currently is for Senior Gardens Advisor for the North and Midlands for English Heritage where he covers a range of sites from Brodsworth Hall (Yorkshire), Belsay Hall (Northumberland), Witley Court (Worcestershire) to Wrest Park near Bedford.