Dr Shirley Rose Evans taught for many years in Shropshire, but she and her husband now live in Cornwall. The Nesfields have been the subject of her research for many years and she has written and spoken about them extensively. Dr Evans has also been involved in the conservation and restoration projects of prominent gardens including those at Regent’s Park in London, working closely with The Royal Parks agency, and at Alnwick Castle in Northumberland.
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