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The Magic of Tyntesfield

Posted on 20th May 2015 by Daniel Kimberley

Last year, I spent many of my Sundays inside a gothic mansion. Put like that, it sounds a little ominous, but really…

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Protecting Our Everyday Heritage with Fit for the Future Network

Posted on 13th May 2015 by Sophie McGovern

Interested in sustainability issues and practice? Sophie McGovern, Project Officer for the Fit for the Future…

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Designing A Heritage Trail

Posted on 6th May 2015 by Mag Tan

Do you think the area you live in has lots of little-known heritage you’d like to share with others? Ever…

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The place that inspires me

Posted on 22nd April 2015 by Zoe Potter

When us Heritage Open Days bloggers were first asked to pick the object or heritage place that inspires us most,…

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View of Bretton Hall

Delve into the history of Yorkshire Sculpture Park with YSP Heritage

Posted on 8th April 2015 by Damon Waldock

Yorkshire Sculpture Park (YSP) is well known for its outstanding sculptures by world-renowned artists, presented…

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Heritage makes us happy. Fact!

Posted on 24th March 2015 by Emily Knight

Despite being a January baby I am prone to emitting a wholehearted ‘Hurrah!’ each time our gloomy…

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Be inspired!  Protect your community’s important land and buildings

Posted on 11th March 2015 by Albert Joyce

Heritage Open Days are a great way of illustrating the way in which heritage and the built environment make an…

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Feeling like Sherlock!

Posted on 25th February 2015 by Hannah Maddix

I received a very satisfying email today, and was able to tick a big 'mystery solved' box. In January,…

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A fond farewell: Q & A with Tanielle Lobo

Posted on 18th February 2015 by Nicola Graham

Today we say a fond farewell to one of our four social media volunteers, Tanielle Lobo. Find out…

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Salle Church: Peeling back the onion

Posted on 11th February 2015 by Colin Howey

Colin takes his fellow 'Ragged Ramblers' on a tour of graffiti through the ages in a Norfolk church and…

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