Judy Riley

Author

A love of gardens and a fascination for their design and history led Judy Riley to become a landscape architect. Born in Cambridge, her first career was as a linguist and she taught Spanish in Ireland before settling in Scotland, where she continued to teach. A keen conservationist, she was the founding chair of Scotland’s Garden and Landscape Heritage.

A love of gardens and a fascination for their design and history led Judy Riley to become a landscape architect. Born in Cambridge, her first career was as a linguist and she taught Spanish in Ireland before settling in Scotland, where she continued to teach. A keen conservationist, she was the founding chair of Scotland’s Garden and Landscape Heritage.

Books

  • Paperback | Pub: 05 May 2022
    £25.00 £20.00

    For many people, Tyninghame on the beautiful East Lothian coast means beaches, sea birds and salt marshes. But this place on the southern boundary of the Firth of Forth was once an important monastic site, the burial place of St Baldred and later a...