Category: Interpretation

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A different light

Posted on 19th December 2014 by Sarah Holloway

There's a chill in the air and the nights are dark, but this means there's a lot of sparkle on…

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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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My Heritage Open Days: Halton House

Posted on 1st October 2014 by Callum Reilly

As a prestigious building that's normally closed to the public, Halton House in Buckinghamshire was always…

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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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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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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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Three ways to get crafty for Heritage Open Days

Posted on 28th May 2014 by Zoe Potter

Whether it’s buying handmade clothes, ceramics that are made in Britain or even having a go at making these…

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The Heritage Lottery Fund and the Centenary of the First World War

Posted on 19th February 2014 by Anna Jarvis

In May last year, the Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) launched a new small grants programme: First World War: then and…

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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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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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