Tuesday, 5th May 2015
Chipping Campden School Hall
£5 Free to full-time students

Roger Turner’s illustrated talk demonstrates how Lancelot ‘Capability’ Brown, responsible for designing over 170 parks during his illustrious career, changed the landscape of eighteenth-century England and our relationship with it.
Roger Turner is an architect and a garden designer whose design for the 1983 Chelsea Flower Show won The Sunday Times contest. He also designed two of the theme gardens and pavilions at the Garden Festival in South Wales in 1992. His other books include Better Garden Design (1986) and a monograph: Euphorbias (1995). He lectures widely on related subjects and contributes to Hortus and The English Garden.
With thanks to Chipping Campden School PTA and 
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