Mavis Batey: from codebreaker to campaigner for historic parks and gardens
- Written by Sarah Jackson
Batey, Mavis. Personal interview 24 January, 2008.
Batey, Mavis, David Lambert and Kim Wilkie, Indignation! The campaign for conservation (London: Kit-Cat Books, 2000).
Batey, Mavis, Alexander Pope: the poet and the landscape (London: Barn Elms, 1999).
Batey, Mavis, Jane Austen and the English Landscape (London: Barn Elms, 1996).
Batey, Mavis, Regency Gardens (Princes Risborough: Shire Publications Ltd., 1995).
Batey, Mavis, and Jan Woudstra, The story of the Privy Garden at Hampton Court (London: Barn Elms, 1995).
Batey, Mavis, and others, Arcadian Thames: the river landscape from Hampton to Kew (London: Barn Elms, 1994).
Batey, Mavis, The adventures of Alice: the story behind the stories Lewis Carroll told (London: Macmillan Children's, 1991).
Batey, Mavis, ‘The Progress of Garden Conservation', Garden History Society Newsletter, 31 (Spring 1991), 22-26.
Batey, Mavis, and David Lambert, The English garden tour: a view into the past (London: Murray, 1990).
Batey, Mavis, The historic gardens of Oxford and Cambridge (London: Macmillan London, 1989).
Batey, Mavis, Oxford gardens: the university's influence on garden history (Amersham: Avebury, 1982).
Batey, Mavis, ‘Nuneham Courtnay: an Oxfordshire 18th-century deserted village', Oxoniensia, Vol. XXXIII (1968),108-124.