Aerial images can set your site apart. Stephanie Hendley, of Blenheim Palace, explains drones, aerial imagery tips and more.
In the second of a three-part sports series, Oliver Cox reflects on the joys of swimming in Brownian landscapes, and Brown's water management schemes.
Karen Lynch, of the Yorkshire Gardens Trust, believes she may have discovered a new Brown site in the course of her recent research, she writes.
Fiona Mackenzie shares the ten centuries of history that have shaped Coombe Country Park.
Gilly Drummond of Cadland Estate shares her Heritage Open Days experience, talks about working with volunteers and offers tips for next year.
The tercentenary of Lancelot ‘Capability’ Brown’s birth in 2016 will be a fantastic opportunity to bring his achievements to a wider audience. Yet tens of thousands of enthusiasts already engage with Brown’s landscapes, albeit in a slightly different way, writes Oliver Cox.
Artist Tim Scott Bolton is painting Capability Brown landscapes and settings across the UK, ahead of the Capability Brown Festival in 2016. The CBF team checks in on his easel and paintbrushes.
While Oliver Cox didn’t make it up into an air balloon, he did get to take part in filming of a new BBC daytime series, Britain’s Gardens From Above, he blogs.
Paul Mosley, Scampston’s Heritage Learning Officer, explains what geocaching is, how it relates to pirates, and what he’s learnt so far.
Innovative Capability Brown Festival pilots are continuing to experiment with new ways to attract audiences across the UK. Ceryl Evans, CBF Project Manager, explains how the pilots are progressing.