Category: Cultural heritage

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Crossing The Heritage Threshold

Crossing The Heritage Threshold

Posted on 23rd April 2014 by Colin Howey

Heritage isn't the preserve of an elite - it should be enjoyed by everyone. However, one of the biggest single…

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Have you heard history’s best-kept secret?

Posted on 16th April 2014 by Brian Johnson

If you’re reading this blog, it’s a fair bet you enjoy history and heritage. So here’s an idea…

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East Asia meets East Anglia: The Sainsbury Institute for Japanese Arts and Cultures

Posted on 26th February 2014 by Mag Tan

Norwich has a long history of welcoming visitors from afar ranging from the Romans to medieval Jews or…

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New Year heritage (re)solutions

Posted on 15th January 2014 by Holly Holder

The first days of the New Year tend to be tinged with an air of excitement and great expections, a chance to…

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Cooking up an historical Christmas

Posted on 18th December 2013 by Matthew Ward

"Good bread and good drink, a good fire in the hall, Brawn, pudding, and souse, and good mustard withal. Beef,…

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Christmas chaos and festive fun

Posted on 4th December 2013 by Ruth Webb

Christmas is a magical time of year, especially so if you have a grand historic house to decorate and prepare! But…

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Hired! New apprentice scheme gives old craft skills a future

Posted on 20th November 2013 by Liz Long

This week we enter the 12th year of the Society for the Protection of Ancient Buildings (SPAB) National…

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Lest we forget: recording World War I memorials

Posted on 11th November 2013 by Chana James

2014 sees the centenary of the outbreak of World War I, the ‘war to end all wars’. As part of…

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The People’s Gallery - tale of a pop-up exhibition

Posted on 16th October 2013 by Angus Young

Just over a year ago, I sat in an Old Town pub in Hull and shared an idea that had been brewing for a while. I was…

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Beautiful ruins

Posted on 2nd October 2013 by Colin Howey

I love ancient ruins. For me, they are poignant and enigmatic. They are also often beautiful. Beginning with some…

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