Tim Smit

Tim Smit

Tim Smit is an optimistic environmentalist who founded the Eden Project, which some 12 million people have now visited. In the 80s he was a rock music producer who worked with Barry Manilow and the Nolan Sisters. In the 1990s he rediscovered a forgotten Edwardian estate, the Lost Gardens of Heligan, in Cornwall and restored them to their former glory. In 2012 he founded HOW2 ‘the world’s first digital technical college’.

 

Tim Smit, Catherine Fitzgerald & Thomas Packenham

The Chapel

BOTANICAL VISIONS Tim Smit, creator of the Eden Project, Catherine Fitzgerald, landscape designer, and Thomas Pakenham, writer and tree addict, swap tales. 11AM, June 10th The Chapel, Borris House Talk included in Weekend and Day Ticket. Purchase individually below. *Please Note that The Chapel is not wheelchair accessible.

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SOLD OUT: Mary Robinson & Tim Smit

Hennessy Ballroom Stage

THE CLIMATE CHANGE EXCHANGE The environmental entrepreneur behind The Lost Gardens of Heligan and Eden Project Sir Tim Smit, and activist (and ex-President) Mary Robinson discuss. 5PM, June 9th Hennessy Ballroom Stage, Borris House   Talk included in Weekend and Day Ticket. Option to purchase individually below.

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