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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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Get Creative with the Family Arts Festival this month

Posted on 9th October 2015 by Clair Donnelly

The UK’s biggest cultural festival begins today! Encompassing theatre, dance, sculpture, painting, music,…

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Conference celebrates the role of heritage in the economy

Posted on 7th October 2015 by Jo Lappin

Leading Lights Spread the Word The leading lights in the UK heritage world came together in the magnificent…

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Everyday experts make Fun Palaces a reality

Posted on 2nd October 2015 by Stella Duffy

Throughout the 1960s, the theatre director Joan Littlewood and the architect Cedric Price designed and campaigned…

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HODs: Behind the Lens

Posted on 30th September 2015 by Olivia Clandillon-Baker

When I was asked to join our photographer Chris Lacey at a few Heritage Open Days locations, I jumped at the chance.…

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Hope springs eternal in Mole Valley

Posted on 28th September 2015 by Liz Rice

Our Heritage Open Days were a bumper success this year.  The local theme of ‘Words and Music’…

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Steam Yacht Gondola

Posted on 25th September 2015 by Suzi Bunting

Steam Yacht Gondola owned and operated by the National Trust on Coniston Water in the Lake District, Cumbria agreed…

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Explore Britain’s Heritage – new maps bring over 100 datasets to life

Posted on 23rd September 2015 by Jonathan Schifferes

I've been leading the RSA's work over the last six months to answer a deceptively simple question: where in…

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5 Top Tips for Museum Photography

Posted on 11th September 2015 by Chelin Miller

Have you ever been to a museum to admire beautiful antiques, ancient artefacts or precious ornaments and wanted to…

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