Category: Behind the scenes

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Do something new - Meet the Archdeacon at Ipswich

Posted on 23rd July 2015 by Sarah Holloway

The sun is out, the directory is live, so definitely time to look in a little more detail at some of the fantastic…

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Love architecture? Love the new HODs/RIBA partnership!

Posted on 21st July 2015 by Jenny Peterson

“Oh, YES! That’s AMAZING!” This collective gasp was the very beginning of RIBA’s partnership…

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Everyday heritage: The meeting place (MC800)

Posted on 16th June 2015 by Sarah Holloway

Blue polo shirt? Check. Security ID? Check. Research notes? Check. Sunshine?? Amazingly, yes! All prepped and with a…

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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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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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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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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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‘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 serious…

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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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