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    How to Make it a Historic Halloween

    Places across the country where you can explore our occult, spooky or ghostly heritage.

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    In Your Area

    From listing historic treasures to funding rescue projects and training local heritage experts, find out what Historic England is up to in your area.

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    Latest Listings

    See some of the hundreds of historic treasures that we have protected through listing in the last year.

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    Latest Research

    Keep up to date with a selection of highlights from the latest applied research into the historic environment by Historic England and our partners.

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    Heritage Online Debate

    Guest writers debate the current hot topics for England's historic environment.

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    Find out where we stand on those issues that have become the subject of public discussion.

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    Angel Awards

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

  • German U-boat, U-118, stranded on Hastings beach 1919.

    FWW Centenary

    Help us to list and repair war memorials from the First World War and to record the legacy of our lost Home Front.

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    Meet the Georgians

    From the first George in 1714 to the fourth in 1830, the Georgian period encompassed 116 years of fascinating culture, people and architecture.