North West Highlights
This November we look back at Heritage at Risk in the North West as it's 20 years since the first publication of our Buildings at Risk Register. We have some interesting case studies for you to read about on this page.
An exciting project to record rare Roman quarry inscriptions in Gelt Forest near Brampton in Cumbria.
Everton Football Club are proposing to relocate to a newly built stadium, in a new location. Bramley-Moore dock is a candidate.
Summary of Heritage at Risk in the North West 2018 with highlights of places added to the Heritage at Risk register and those that have been saved.
Cumbria has a rich heritage of medieval fortified 'tower houses'. Those at Burneside Hall and Gleaston Castle in Cumbria have long been at risk.
The General Service Hangars and ancillary buildings at Hooton Park Aerodrome are a rare and important survival of WWI aviation buildings.
The parish church of St Luke in Weaste, Salford, was designed by Sir George Gilbert Scott, perhaps best known for designing the Albert War Memorial.
A decade ago, this former Grade II* listed Unitarian chapel was abandoned, unloved and in need of divine intervention.
Historic England is funding a condition survey of Murgatroyd's Brine Works as well as urgent repairs to make the site safe.
School children in Oldham investigated local heritage before creating art work which was added to the National Heritage List for England.
New book from Historic England covers Liverpool's musical heritage.
Heritage in the north west is threatened by a legacy of economic and social decline in many places, leaving a historic environment in need of support.
The vision for Rochdale is to transform a failing, retail dominated street into a vibrant area of mixed-use development that celebrates heritage.
Historic England North West is promoting training in traditional building skills.
Enjoy one of our historic pub walks and satisfy your thirst for understanding the pubs you love in Manchester, Liverpool, Chester or Stockport.
Fire and rescue services have joined with Historic England to help save lives and heritage in the North West. Find out about the new guidance.
Textile mills once defined the North of England’s landscape. Sadly, the North’s historic mills are rapidly being lost.
Heritage Action Zone announced for Appleby will focus on using heritage to revive the tourism economy, which is vital for the town's economic success.