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Have you heard history’s best-kept secret?

Posted on 16th April 2014 by Brian Johnson

If you’re reading this blog, it’s a fair bet you enjoy history and heritage. So here’s an idea…

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Corsets and crinolines :  A guide to Victorian etiquette

Posted on 9th April 2014 by Dinah Starkey

We’re going to be minding our ps and qs at Sevington Victorian school this summer. Sevington is a perfectly…

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Spring Walk with a Gardener

Posted on 2nd April 2014 by Gary Webb

For some gardens the passing winter brought close encounters of the weather kind, and a number of gardens lost…

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Back to the Stone Age? A response to Gove’s curriculum reforms

Posted on 26th March 2014 by Dinah Starkey

Museum education officers in Wiltshire have been breaking out the champagne. Pre-history is in the national…

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Photography and heritage go together like a…

Posted on 19th March 2014 by Zoe Potter

Photography and heritage - two words which perhaps don’t instantly go together, but maybe they should. For…

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A star is born: How to get your event the coverage it deserves

Posted on 12th March 2014 by Annabelle Thorpe

It’s not even a week since registration opened, and already over one hundred events have signed up –…

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Happy Birthday to Heritage Open Days!

Posted on 6th March 2014 by Courtney Fleming

It's our 20th birthday this year and we want your stories and experiences from the past two decades of…

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East Asia meets East Anglia: The Sainsbury Institute for Japanese Arts and Cultures

Posted on 26th February 2014 by Mag Tan

Norwich has a long history of welcoming visitors from afar ranging from the Romans to medieval Jews or…

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The Heritage Lottery Fund and the Centenary of the First World War

Posted on 19th February 2014 by Anna Jarvis

In May last year, the Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) launched a new small grants programme: First World War: then and…

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Lost and found

Posted on 12th February 2014 by Ruth Webb

I don’t know about you, but I’m often amazed at what can get left behind by visitors to our…

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