A Fellowship allows you to go overseas and look at good practice and innovative programmes so that you can return to the UK and share the new ideas for the improvement of your sector or trade.

Applications for overseas travel are welcome from those involved in any aspect of historical or contemporary landscape design, including: projects on how horticulture can further contribute to society, improving health, wellbeing and quality of life.

 Would time overseas meeting others in your specialism and sharing ideas and good practice benefit your work? Would you be prepared to share your findings for the improvement of your sector, and the UK as a whole, on your return?

If the answer is yes, and you would like to visit innovative programmes abroad so that you could transfer or adapt them to the UK, a Churchill Fellowship could be for you.

Additional funding for interpreters is available as part of this category.

This category is in partnership with the Royal Horticultural Society, who are jointly funding those involved in garden and landscape design, to mark the tercentenary of Capability Brown's birth.

Read previous Fellows' stories and work in this area.