Royal Heritage Prize for Charity of the Week
People’s Postcode Lottery is showcasing players’ support for this year’s Heritage Open Days festival with a competition to win a royal heritage break for….
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….
Treasure Your Treasures
Patron Loyd Grossman has launched, what he calls, ‘the world’s greatest heritage festival’, rousing visitors to get out and about and ‘treasure….
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….
Garden Highlight: St Peter’s Churchyard, St Albans
St Peter’s Churchyard, in St Albans, is a space for people to reflect and remember. Church manager, Moira Dean tells us more... What is in your green space? Our….
Garden Highlight: The Rainbow Community Garden, Hull
This week our spotlight focuses on The Rainbow Community Garden in Hull. The garden was a derelict piece of land on a North Hull Housing Estate until Jeannie….
Celebrating the English Garden
From the 8th of September through to the 11th, hundreds of gardens and green spaces across the country will open up for Heritage Open Days – all for….
Secret Gardens, Hidden Histories
Green-fingered folk from community allotments to private gardens and civic parks across the country are being encouraged to celebrate the Year of the English Garden as….
Bell tower challenge has nice ring to it
Churches and cathedrals are being challenged to show people the ropes by bringing to life the 400-year old tradition of English-style bell ringing as part of Heritage Open….