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Best British Buildings - the lead up to Stirling

Posted on 5th May 2016 by Lucy Grierson

When myself and a colleague presented at last week's Birmingham Heritage Open Days Fair, I started to think that…

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Gardens and more with the Capability Brown Festival

Posted on 23rd March 2016 by Laura Smith

This year we’re celebrating the 300th anniversary of the birth of Lancelot ‘Capability’ Brown with…

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Posted on 16th March 2016 by Chana James

Champing™ was first launched by The Churches Conservation Trust (CCT) in 2014, but it was the…

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Put on your Marigolds!

Posted on 10th February 2016 by Melissa Murdoch

The countdown is on! Only a few weeks left until what we hope will be the largest litter-pick in UK history. Clean…

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Committee Calendars

Posted on 20th January 2016 by Jenny Mitcalf

Heritage Open Days Media Manager, Harriet Roberts shares her own experience of organising festival…

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Merry Heritage-y Christmas!

Posted on 18th December 2015 by Mag Tan

It’s the most wonderful time of the year again! As usual, high street shops are shouting out loud that…

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Ten things you never knew about bell ringing

Posted on 11th December 2015 by Kate Flavell

1. Church bells are the loudest musical instrument in the world – the original heavy metal band. 2. Bells can…

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What’s so great about heritage?

Posted on 2nd December 2015 by Sarah Greenwood

As publisher of Hudson’s Historic Houses & Gardens, I’m really interested in what makes us get off…

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Arctic Courser, Hull

Heritage Open Days 2015 in action

Posted on 27th November 2015 by Nicola Graham

Our latest video puts the C in celebration. Produced by Haze Films and filmed in Hull and Kings Lynn, it…

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The Last Post: rediscovering Alf

Posted on 11th November 2015 by Alan Simpson

This Armistice Day author Alan Simpson tells us about the search for his great-great uncle, one of the…

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