Posts by Sarah Holloway
Calling on all aspiring bloggers
Applications have now closed - we look forward to reading them and will be in touch with the results as soon as possible! Heritage Open Days wouldn't be what it is….
Last post for English Heritage Outreach
Between August 2003 and March 2011, the Outreach team at English Heritage ran and supported over five hundred community heritage projects, offering high quality….
2010 Report: Facts, figures, feedback
Heritage Open Days 2010 was undoubtedly the most successful event in the sixteen-year history of England's annual celebration of local architecture, history and….
Registration 2011 now open!
To find out more about taking part in HODs 2011 please see our Organiser Information pages. To register online please go to the Organiser Portal. Existing organisers will….
Booking is now open for the Organisers' Networking Forums. To find out more and book your place see our forums page.
Update on National Co-ordination of HODs
English Heritage is examining all the services we provide and asking how we can do things more dynamically and more effectively in the future. Our aim is that we should do….
HODs is BIG SOCIETY in action
Not that it's new to you. Taking part in Heritage Open Days (HODs), you spent many hours, if not weeks preparing for your event and then welcoming visitors, answering….
Crowds flock to see local highlights
The doors to this year's Heritage Open Days closed on Sunday 12 September, and the big count has just started. Many organisations and sites who took part in the….
Women’s places and traces
This year's Heritage Open Days programme casts a light on private and public places that were shaped by or for women. Country houses, collections, factories, schools….