The bank accounts of Lancelot ‘Capability’ Brown and his executors are available online for the first time thanks to the Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) archives
Looking for a new, fun way to interest people in your site? If you're taking part in the Capability Brown Festival, go wild and explore your flora and fauna in 2016
Capability Brown brought TV presenter Alan Titchmarsh to Fenstanton last month in pursuit of 300 years of history
The Capability Brown Festival 2016 has issued an invitation to tender for a PR consultant to help boost the profile of Brown and his works
Burton Constable, home to the Constable family for over 700 years, is a magnificent Elizabethan mansion in the East Riding of Yorkshire surrounded by a park that was landscaped by Lancelot Brown between 1772-82. Dr. David Connell and Kelly Wainwright share the site's Brown story.
This major conference will bring together ecologists, landscape historians, archaeologists, land managers and conservationists to look critically at the impact of Brown and his successors on the UK’s landscape.
- Conference: 15-17 June 2016 at Sheffield Hallam University
Scotland's Capability Brown reputation saved by a modern poet. Dr. Patrick Ayres explains.
To celebrate the tercentenary of Capability Brown, International Garden Photographer of the Year, the world’s premier competition for garden, plant and botanical photography, has launched a special award ‘Capability Brown Today’.
Set within Lancelot ‘Capability’ Brown’s final landscape, Berrington Hall is a fine example of a sweeping Brownian 18th-century pleasure ground.
The Capability Brown Festival Design Ideas Competition is free to enter, and is open to everyone. Entrants are asked to look for contemporary design ideas inspired by Capability Brown's work.