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Find out more about Capability Brown and Syon - one of the last great houses of London
Find out more about the Capability Brown Festival 2016, which celebrates the 300th anniversary of the birth of Lancelot 'Capability' Brown
Contemporary design ideas inspired by Capability Brown's work. The competition is free to enter, and is open to everyone.
Last summer, we asked a group of young film makers to explain what Brown achieved and how he would be viewed today...
Join National Trust Croome and Beatfreeks in the debate, but not in a way you may have seen before...
There are more than 250 attributed and definite Lancelot Brown sites across the UK. Find one near you!
Click here to find out more about all the Capability Brown gardens across the UK.
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Syon is one of the last great houses of London. Head gardener Topher Martyn explains its link to Lancelot 'Capability' Brown, which dates back to 1753
Are you an evaluation consultant, or a Capability Brown site looking to attract new audiences next year? Now’s your chance to get involved in our 2016 Festival
The Capability Brown Festival 2016 is working with 19 partner organisations. Here, the Landscape Institute explains how and why it is involved
Lancelot ‘Capability’ Brown never sat for a portrait bust. In the first in a series of updates, sculptor Jon Edgar explains why he is creating one, and how Festival followers can help get a better result
Capability Brown's men moved tonnes of earth at Syon - but who supplied the barrows they used? Susan Darling finds out more about 'The Widow Wood'
Jane Blunt explores the mystery surrounding the Brown family memorial in St Peter and St Paul's church, Fenstanton, Cambridgeshire