Category: Cultural heritage

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Merry Heritage-y Christmas!

Posted on 18th December 2015 by Mag Tan

It’s the most wonderful time of the year again! As usual, high street shops are shouting out loud that…

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Ten things you never knew about bell ringing

Posted on 11th December 2015 by Kate Flavell

1. Church bells are the loudest musical instrument in the world – the original heavy metal band. 2. Bells can…

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What’s so great about heritage?

Posted on 2nd December 2015 by Sarah Greenwood

As publisher of Hudson’s Historic Houses & Gardens, I’m really interested in what makes us get off…

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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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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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Who said industrial heritage wasn’t exciting?

Posted on 9th September 2015 by Olivia Clandillon-Baker

From mines to mills, and steam engines to sewage treatments we’ve got it all in this country. As 2015 marks…

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Do something new: Explore St Marie’s Cathedral, Sheffield

Posted on 26th August 2015 by Sarah Holloway

Today's spotlight falls on the beautiful St Marie's Cathedral in Sheffield. Laura Claveria, the…

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Creating an Audience for Architecture

Posted on 20th August 2015 by Anna Johnson

Here in the RIBA North West office we are passionate about engaging the public with architecture. We want to raise…

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Do something new in Lincolnshire

Posted on 6th August 2015 by Beverley Gormley

Is it hard to keep things fresh and interesting? Do you worry that you’re staging the same event over and…

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