Heritage at Risk 2019
This year, 78 Midlands sites at risk of being lost have been added to the Heritage at Risk Register while 59 historic sites have been saved.
Coventry's Colourful Tile Trail
The history of Coventry is as colourful as the stunning mosaics that make up the tile trail, captured in a new booklet to accompany a walking tour.
Whitacre Pumping Station has been added to the Heritage at Risk Register
Spotlight on Whitacre Pumping station, a Victorian building that has been added to the Heritage at Risk Register in 2018.
Using heritage as a catalyst
Stoke-on-Trent and Coventry are set to be transformed by heritage.
Snodhill Castle Has Been Saved!
Thanks to £650,000 in funding from Historic England, along with the hard work of volunteers from the Snodhill Castle Preservation Trust.
Time Capsule at Shrewsbury Flaxmill Maltings
A handmade brick, artwork and letters and poems by local children have been placed into a time capsule at Shrewsbury Flaxmill Maltings.
Grant for Moseley Road Baths
Historic England grants £659,448 to Birmingham City Council to pay for urgent repairs to the Gala Pool roof.
Celebrating a Centenary of Suffrage
The struggle for democracy has been a major theme for Heritage Schools this term. Find out what's been happening in the East Midlands area.
Kids Celebrate Hospital Bicentenary
In Birmingham, Bournville Juniors and St Brigid’s Catholic Primary supported the Royal Orthopaedic Hospital’s Bicentenary celebrations.
Retail Revitalised in Derby
Once one of England’s poorest-performing retail areas, Derby's historic centre is now an award-winning shopping destination.
Revival of Buxton Crescent
New grant of £125,000 from Historic England to help complete the restoration of Buxton's iconic Crescent.
Discover Digbeth which charts the history of Birmingham from the medieval period to the present day.
Derby Cathedral Quarter: Investment Scoops National Award
Find out how partnership work in the city centre conservation area has helped Derby scoop a national award.