CLIVE MAYHEW FArborA, MICFor 30YRS EXPERIENCE IN HORTICULTURE. VERY EXPERIENCED PUBLIC SPEAKER
With thirty years experience in horticulture and arboriculture, Clive has worked with both English Heritage and The National Trust.
Clive is an RNLI volunteer. His present role includes launch and recovery work driving a 19 tonne semi-submersible tractor!
A personal interest in history and the First World War, took on a professional dimension through advising Commonwealth War Graves Commission on tree maintenance.
As a public speaker, Clive brings great knowledge and an infectious passion to all his talks. He has presented in many venues including: The Royal Botanic Gardens Kew in London, Hong Kong and the United States.
Designing the Perfect Garden
Design tips for perfect garden.
The Great Trees of Britain
Big, beautiful and ancient trees - can be destination focused.
Gardens for Princes and People
The world’s finest gardens illustrate this 1,000 year old story.
Launch the Lifeboat!
Launching is dangerous, but must be quick – lives depend on it.
The RNLI – 190 Years of Life Saving
The RNLI story. This talk can be destination focused.
‘Their Name Liveth Forevermore’
Looking at the Commonwealth War Graves Commission’s work in 153 countries worldwide. A general or destination focused talk.