Grimsey gets top horticulture role

Inga Grimsey has been appointed director-general of the Royal Horticultural Society. She will take up the post at the gardening charity on 6 November, succeeding Dr Andrew Colquhoun, who is leaving after seven years to study counselling.

Grimsey was territory director at the National Trust from 2001 until 2005 and was previously chief executive at the Ski Club of Great Britain.

She is currently head of trading at the National Portrait Gallery.

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