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Protect Your Heritage

Do you know a historic building or site that's under threat and needs protecting or a street that needs de-cluttering? Find out what practical steps you can take to care for and enhance our heritage.
  • You Saved The Sunbathers!

    You Saved the Sunbathers!

    The Sunbathers is a remarkable survivor of The Festival of Britain. Thanks to your help, it will return home.

  • Two Forms (Divided Circle) with view of cyclist through on of the circles

    Help Find Our Missing Art

    England's national collection of post-war public art is under threat. We need your help to protect it.

  • St Paul's cathedral at night, viewed across the London Millenium Footbridge.

    Keep it London

    London is on the cusp of huge change. Don't let it become a generic global city. Join our campaign to protect London's unique character and identity.

  • Holmes Mill interior converted into a brewery and general use community space

    Mills of the North

    Textile mills once defined the North of England’s landscape. Sadly, the North’s historic mills are rapidly being lost.

  • North Leverton windmill, Nottinghamshire

    Support Your Industrial Heritage

    There are lots of ways you can get involved in helping to look after your industrial heritage.

  • People sitting on benches with stone cottages in the background

    Get a Historic Site Listed

    Concerned about the future of a historic place you know and love? Find out how you can get it protected through listing.

  • Statues of five guardsmen on the Guards Memorial by Horse Guards Parade, Westminster. It was unveiled in 1926 and commemorates the 14,000 Guardsmen who died in the First World War.

    Help Look After War Memorials

    Research, record, protect and look after the war memorials you care about.

  • Darlington Town Centre.

    Improve Your Street

    Find out how you can help to transform the streets around you.

  • Whitby old town from east with red pantile roofs & harbour frontages

    How to Save a Building

    Find out what you can do to save a building that's under threat.

Also of interest...

  • Historic England Angel Award winners 2017 pictured with hosts Andrew Lloyd Webber and Bettany Hughes, Historic England's Sir Laurie Magnus and Duncan Wilson, and judges Baroness Lola Young and George Clarke.

    Angel Awards

    Find out about these annual awards that reward the efforts of local people in protecting, saving and sharing their heritage.

  • Photo shows people shopping and walking through a scene that contains the blobism design Selfridges Birmingham, the grade II* listed Parish Church of St Martin as well as a mobile chip shop.

    Place-marker Scheme

    We are designing a new scheme to let communities identify, mark, and celebrate the spots where history has been made.