Category: Architectural history

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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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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 do with…

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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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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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My Heritage Open Days: Halton House

Posted on 1st October 2014 by Callum Reilly

As a prestigious building that's normally closed to the public, Halton House in Buckinghamshire was always…

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Discovering stories from the Great War in Chester, Cheshire

Posted on 16th September 2014 by D Atkinson

“I stand at the altar of the murdered men, and, while I live, I fight their cause,” wrote Florence…

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Personal History as Heritage

Posted on 12th September 2014 by Hannah Maddix

Reminiscing with photographer Hubert W King. A 14 year old Hubert King starting working at the family business…

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The House with the Horn - an architect’s riddle

Posted on 8th September 2014 by David Thomas

There could be little doubt about it, the building was sick and no amount of tinkering by the architect, listening…

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Visit the older homes most improved for energy use

Posted on 28th August 2014 by Gordon Glass

2014 has seen a veritable explosion in green open home activity across the country. This culminates this September…

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St John the Baptist, Bristol: A New View

Posted on 20th August 2014 by Daniel Kimberley

Sitting within the medieval walls of Bristol is the church of St John the Baptist – opposite is a demolition…

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