Category: Environmental policy

Do something new - go green with WWF-UK

Posted on 12th August 2015 by Sarah Holloway

This year you can explore one of the greenest buildings in the country over Heritage Open Days. Tessa Manser, Events…

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Protecting Our Everyday Heritage with Fit for the Future Network

Posted on 13th May 2015 by Sophie McGovern

Interested in sustainability issues and practice? Sophie McGovern, Project Officer for the Fit for the Future…

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Biomass + bird poo – green living at National Trust places

Posted on 2nd September 2014 by Laura Shack

William Morris said: ‘We are only the trustees for those that come after us.’ If we don’t make…

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Visit the older homes most improved for energy use

Posted on 28th August 2014 by Gordon Glass

2014 has seen a veritable explosion in green open home activity across the country. This culminates this September…

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Greener living unlocked

Posted on 28th August 2013 by Gordon Glass

What does it mean to go green? For many of us it might mean being more selective in what we buy. But this year…

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Greening our museums

Posted on 7th August 2013 by Ruth Webb

Heritage venues are usually hundreds of years old, battling against the agents of decay and trying to survive into…

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How do I get to….?

Posted on 22nd August 2012 by Ruth Webb

So you’ve scoured the Heritage Open Day map, you’ve got a list of venues you’re hoping to visit,…

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Using’s better than losing!

Posted on 8th September 2011 by Lauren Schofield

To move forward in a positive way, we need to keep an eye on where we are coming from. Learning from the past is a…

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