Category: Cultural heritage

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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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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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The Canterbury Histories: Roman Canterbury

Posted on 29th October 2014 by Sara Jacobo

You might know Canterbury for its famous Cathedral and the importance of the Archbishop of Canterbury. In history…

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Bathing in Bath

Posted on 15th October 2014 by Courtney Fleming

Exploring Bath over Heritage Open Days weekend was a fantastic opportunity to experience this beautiful city's…

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The Punk Steps In Front Of His Window

Posted on 8th October 2014 by Colin Howey

In September 2013 I wrote a piece about the amazing hidden history behind the stunning 'Resurrection…

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What we can learn from Heritage Open Days… and what we cannot!

Posted on 25th September 2014 by Lewis Stallard

The economist Paul Samuelson is quoted as saying “practical men, who believe themselves to be quite exempt…

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Exploring Mole Valley during Heritage Open Days

Posted on 18th September 2014 by Rod Shaw

Over the four days of Heritage Open Days I have attended four talks and visited 18 properties, including 9…

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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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Cabmen’s Shelters: London’s Secret Architectural Gems

Posted on 4th September 2014 by Kate Phillimore

Ever wondered about those little green huts in London? Thanks to the Cabbie's Shelters Project you can…

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