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From HOD to HLF

Posted on 28th January 2015 by Hannah Maddix

In 2013 colleagues at a little business in Derby were 'umming' and 'ahing' about what to with 146…

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Monuments Open House in Singapore

Posted on 14th January 2015 by Mag Tan

Have you ever wondered about events that are similar to Heritage Open Days on the other side of the world? Well,…

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A different light

Posted on 19th December 2014 by Sarah Holloway

There's a chill in the air and the nights are dark, but this means there's a lot of sparkle on…

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Heritage Day 2014

Posted on 10th December 2014 by Callum Reilly

Last week, I had the chance to attend Heritage Day at the fabulous Glaziers Hall in central London. Organised by…

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‘Do Something New’:    Campaign Launch!

Posted on 3rd December 2014 by Annabelle Thorpe

Well, what an incredible year it’s been.  Heritage Open Days celebrated its 20th anniversary in…

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Enjoying heritage in London for free

Posted on 26th November 2014 by Holly Holder

For many graduates and those starting their journey up the career ladder, spending what little disposable income…

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Open Garden Review - Cadland House Experience

Open Garden Review - Cadland House Experience

Posted on 19th November 2014 by Gary Webb

Autumn is a time of year where gardeners traditionally begin to review their plots and focus on improvements that…

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Discover the Cotesbach Estate…

Posted on 12th November 2014 by Katherine Brown

...and follow Eve Marriott’s diaries capturing life on the home front during World War One. The Cotesbach…

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The Discoveries of an Urban Rambler in Clifton, Bristol

Posted on 5th November 2014 by Daniel Kimberley

Taking pleasure in walking the city streets is an eighteenth century concept. A poem by John Gay titled Trivia,…

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The Canterbury Histories: Roman Canterbury

Posted on 29th October 2014 by Sara Jacobo

You might know Canterbury for its famous Cathedral and the importance of the Archbishop of Canterbury. In history…

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