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Sustainable Heritage Regeneration: A greener future for heritage projects

Tuesday 17 July 2018 - St Anthony's Hall, Peasholme Green, York YO1 7PW

Planning to deliver a successful heritage project? The Heritage Trust Network is here to support you!

Join Heritage Trust Network members in York for a fantastic day of talks, networking, meeting funders and enjoy a great tour of completed projects in the city.

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Immortalised: The People Loved, Left and Lost in our Landscape

Thursday 30 August to Sunday 16 September 2018 - The Workshop, 26 Lambeth High Street, Lambeth, London SE1 7AG

A free exhibition inviting you to enter four giant monuments that hold the key to our memorial past and future. From a Trafalgar Square lion to the Brighton Peace 'Angel,' to the boots on the contested statue of Edward Colson in Bristol, these will each explore how, why and who we remember, from the well-loved and famous, to the lost local hero.

Find out more about Immortalised: The People Loved, Left and Lost in our Landscape

Guided Tours of the World Class Georgian Monuments

Times - 12:30-16:30
Monday – Saturday in August
Heritage Open Days - Thursday 6 September, Friday 7 September, Saturday 8 September, Thursday 13 September, Friday 14 September, Saturday 15 September
off Pipe Lane, Warkton, Northamptonshire, NN16 9XH

The Montagu Monuments constitute one of the finest and most important sets of funerary monuments in the country. Their importance owes a much to the skill and brilliance of the artists who created them as memorials of key figures in British history. Two of them were created by Roubiliac, best known for his chief works in Westminster Abbey. The third is by van Gelder, who worked with Robert Adam. The final monument, created by Thomas Campbell, a protégé of Nollekens.

Find out more about Guided Tours of the World Class Georgian Monuments

Human Stories: Another England

Wednesday 10 October to Sunday 11 November 2018 - NOW Gallery, Gateway Pavilion, Peninsula Square, Greenwich Peninsula, London SE10 0SQ

A free photographic exhibition in partnership with Historic England inspired by the photographs and research generated from 'Another England: Mapping 100 Years of Black and Asian History'. In addition, newly commissioned works will interrogate concepts of multiculturalism, intersectionality and a sense of place through the lens of emerging, contemporary photographers and arts collectives and new collectors.

Find out more about Human Stories: Another England

Historical Tower Tours of Old St. Mary's Church

Every Saturday & Sunday in 2018 - Clophill Eco Lodges, Old Church Path, Clophill MK45 4BP

The ruin of St. Mary's old church sits on a hill at the centre of the beautiful 40 mile long Greensand Ridge walk. The views from the observation tower are spectacular. Guided tower tours are available every weekend on the last Sunday of every month when our cafe is open as well between 2pm and 4pm. They can also be pre-booked online. There is a minimum donation of £3 per adult and £2 per child to help to cover costs.

Find out more about Historical Tower Tours of Old St. Mary's Church

Celebrating Humphry Repton 1752 -1818

Join in the bicentenary of Humphry Repton, the great landscape gardener of later Georgian England. Repton was an innovative and prolific designer with over 400 commissions spanning a 30 year career. The Gardens Trust is coordinating a diverse programme of activities, events and research projects planned for 2018. Historic England is pleased to be supporting the celebrations.

More information about the Humphry Repton bicentenary

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View from the Peterborough Cathedral tower
View from the Peterborough Cathedral tower © Peterborough Cathedral

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English Heritage

Step into the story of England at a range of events across the country.

First World War Centenary

A vibrant programme of cultural events and activities connecting current and future generations with the lives, stories and impact of the First World War.

Historic Houses Association

Events by Historic Houses Association members - these range from iconic stately homes such as Blenheim Palace and Highclere Castle to more intimate houses.

National Trust

Search for a National Trust event taking place near you.

Open Garden Squares Weekend

There are over 200 gardens to explore - some historic, some new - in this event on 17-18 June. Right now, you can volunteer to co-ordinate participating gardens.

Open House London

Among more than 700 buildings you can visit for free are many historical and public buildings such as 10 Downing Street and Banqueting House.

SAVE

SAVE hosts numerous events throughout the year, including book launches and private talks. Each year SAVE holds an annual lecture.

Society for the Protection of Ancient Buildings

SPAB's events range from lectures and walking tours about architecture and design to training and opportunities for volunteers to get involved in a conservation project.

20th Century Society

Events including lectures and tours that tell the story of 20th century architecture.

Victorian Society

A busy programme of lectures, walks and tours taking in Victorian and Edwardian architecture.

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