Posts by Guest Writer
Connecting trees and people
Led by the Woodland Trust, more than 70 organisations from across multiple sectors have joined forces to lead society in creating a Charter for Trees, Woods and People….
Get out to visit heritage places!
Did you know that 2017 is the anniversary of the death of Palladian architect James Paine, of independence for India and of the Great Storm of 1987? Each of these….
A Royal Day Out in Gloucester
2016 has been a record breaking year for Heritage Open Days with over 5200 events taking part across the country. As usual, the team spread out to visit some of the hubs….
Historic England’s Festival Favourites
As part of our commitment to champion and care for the historic environment, Historic England awards grants to support the maintenance and repair of heritage properties.….
NADFAS are on board!
NADFAS is a membership organisation and charity which supports local Decorative and Fine Arts Societies. Each local Society brings together like-minded individuals to….
Historic England Needs Your Help to Uncover England’s Missing History
The List (the National Heritage List for England) has almost 400,000 entries: barrows and bunkers, palaces and pigsties, plague crosses and piers, tower blocks and….
Gardens Trusts: fan clubs for our heritage landscapes
We are famously a nation of garden lovers, but for the Gardens Trusts, this love of gardens does not simply end with pretty plants, but rather extends into heritage and….
Gardens and more with the Capability Brown Festival
This year we’re celebrating the 300th anniversary of the birth of Lancelot ‘Capability’ Brown with a whole festival of events taking place around the….
Ten things you never knew about bell ringing
1. Church bells are the loudest musical instrument in the world – the original heavy metal band. 2. Bells can be as small as your hand, as heavy as a truck and….