South East Highlights
Explore the stories below to see the range of projects and news from our work across the South East. Check back each month for new projects or find out how you can get the latest news sent directly to you on the Stay Up To Date page.
Archaeologists are excavating the well-preserved wreck of a 18th century ship known as ‘Old Brig’ which lies in the Thames Estuary at Seasalter, Kent.
Check back every month for the latest news update as work on the historic environment acts as a catalyst to achieve economic growth in Ramsgate.
We were delighted to be able to remove 16 nationally important heritage assets from the South East Heritage at Risk Register in 2018.
On Friday 5 October the South East team attended the opening of a new bridge at Seaford Martello Tower, Lewes, East Sussex.
Reading Abbey re-opened its doors to the public on Saturday 16 June 2018 after being closed for nine years.
The North Tower cell door has been restored after suffering from serious decay.
Explore the South East's connection to Jane Austen.
Find out how we are helping to safeguard Brooklands Racing Circuit and how you can get involved.
All the presentations from a Heritage Counts event in Canterbury looking at the value of heritage
Explore the latest training opportunities in the South East.
Keep up to date with all the latest news and images from your South East Office.
The mystery around the purpose of a secret military building discovered hidden amongst ivy and trees at RAF Bicester in Oxfordshire has been solved
Explore a photo gallery of historic places saved from harm in 2017