Belvoir Castle


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Belvoir Castle

(ˈbiːvə)
n
(Placename) a castle in Leicestershire, near Grantham (in Lincolnshire): seat of the Dukes of Rutland; rebuilt by James Wyatt in 1816
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The BBC series will culminate with Alan involved in a vast landscaping project of the estates at Belvoir Castle in Leicestershire for the Duchess of Rutland, using Brown's original and recently discovered drawings.
Titchmarsh on Capability Brown More4, 9pm In this new three-part series, Capability Brown enthusiast Alan Titchmarsh reveals the landscape architect's 18th-century plans for Belvoir Castle in Leicester.
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He was the son of the head gardener at Cyfarthfa Castle and the family thought he would follow in his father's footsteps when he became an apprentice at Belvoir Castle in Leicestershire.
At the same time, police visited Mr Proctor's home on the 16,000-acre grounds of Belvoir Castle, near Grantham, Lincs, where he works as private secretary to the Duke of Rutland.
Proctor, 68, works for the Duke and Duchess of Rutland and lives in a house within the grounds of their home, Belvoir Castle, near Grantham in Leicestershire.
The Equinox 24, set in the grounds of Belvoir Castle, saw teams competing over a beautiful but challenging multiterrain course.
But the Earl of Rutland's children's lives were cruelly snatched from them by three evil witches who they had welcomed into their home at Belvoir Castle, in Leicestershire.
The wallpaper designs, by the well-known firm of Cowtan and Sons, are bold and brilliant; interestingly, in 1827 papers of the same design were ordered for Belvoir Castle.
Home to the 53 year-old Duke, his wife and their five children is the magnificent Belvoir Castle in 18,000 acres of rural Leicestershire.
20-22: CLA Game Fair, Belvoir Castle, Grantham, Leicestershire - CANCELLED.
The grand IPG conference dinner was held at the stunning Belvoir Castle, home of The Duke and Duchess of Rutland.