Major restoration project planned for Milton Abbey Church and its 500-acre Capability Brown landscape
Ceryl Evans joins the Capability Brown Festival planning team and will be working with owners and managers of Brown sites, as well as volunteers, to ensure as many of Brown’s parks and gardens open to the public in 2016
University of Bath to host conference to explore themes around ‘Capability Brown: perception and response in a global context’
Dr Jenner’s House and Garden will host 'The Landscape Gardens of Capability Brown' – an illustrated talk on Thursday 12 June.
The first Information Day will take place at Compton Verney on 18 June
The recent announcement of development funding from the Heritage Lottery Fund means the next stage of Festival planning and development can start in earnest.
Put 18th June in your diary. We are planning an Information Day which will be held at the Capability Brown site at Compton Verney. This will be a great opportunity for everyone to start making their preparations for 2016.
The project aims to preserve, restore and celebrate an outstanding ‘Capability’ Brown park, which includes a rare, Brown-designed and Grade I listed chapel.
The Association of Garden Trusts has appointed a new research co-ordinator to work with the hundreds of volunteers.
The Walled Kitchen Garden Network, Country Gardens Trusts and other interested bodies are identifying as many Brown kitchen gardens as possible.