Category: Cultural heritage

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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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Objects of Desire

Posted on 26th August 2014 by Hannah Maddix

Question: Where do you keep your ‘stuff’? Is it in a kitchen drawer, on a shelf in the garage, in a…

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A K6 rang in Housman Square

Posted on 18th August 2014 by David Thomas

A poetic look at Bygone Bromsgrove. The visitor came from Birmingham New Street to the market town of Bromsgrove…

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Worldly heritage – it’s all about building connections!

Posted on 15th August 2014 by Callum Reilly

For me, heritage has always been about connections: between people and place, buildings and the landscape, or…

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Behind the scenes at the British Postal Museum and Archive

Posted on 13th August 2014 by Mag Tan

In an age of instant messaging and brief emails, receiving a handwritten letter from a loved one is a rare…

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The Carte de Visite, The Selfie (…and lolcats before the internet)

Posted on 23rd July 2014 by Hannah Maddix

I am very lucky to work at W. W. Winter Photographers, a business, and building, infused with history and…

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The road to Heritage Open Days

Posted on 9th July 2014 by Callum Reilly

It’s certainly been an incredible journey for Heritage Open Days. This year we are proud to be celebrating…

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Health, Heritage and Wellbeing

Posted on 18th June 2014 by Ben Goodwin

When we think of Heritage Open Days, we think of uncovering hidden histories, discovering new places around us and…

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