The gardens around Reed Hall were originally laid out by the Veitch Family of Nurserymen (more information on Veitch and Reed can be found on […]
Members of the Campus Services team have created this beautiful timeline. It is made from a section of the leaning Monterey Pine that stood at […]
During the 1930s, St. Luke’s was used as a holiday centre over the Summer. The holiday centre was often staffed by the students and as well […]
As part of the Grand Challenges this year (1st – 5th June) a group of Exeter University took on the task of digitising the Devon […]
Iain Park, the Director of Grounds at the University of Exeter has written an article featured in the latest issue of the Devon Gardens Trust newsletter […]
This photo, taken around 1974-5 shows the colourful planting, at the front of Harrison. In the foreground you can see the shadows of scaffolding around Amory, […]
This picture is quite fascinating. An aerial shot from my handily titled ‘photos from 60s and 70s file’ so I am not sure when it was […]
A book describing the history of the grounds of the University (published in 1969) can be read online?
St. Luke’s College was open between 1839-1978 … and these are some of the gardeners, photographed in 1860!