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Historic England's List of England's Historic Buildings and Places

Historic England has listed England's most significant historic buildings and places so they can be understood and protected for the future. They are seeking help to enrich the list so we can all share images, insights and secrets of England's special places.

Date: 9th January 2017


Heritage Update 338

Heritage Update is a free current affairs briefing for the heritage sector which is produced every two weeks as an e-bulletin. It includes information on policy updates, news, funding opportunities, consultations, events, job opportunities and much more.

Date: 9th January 2017


County Gardens Trust Meet-Up Events

County Gardens Trust Meet-Up events will be held at three UK locations on the following dates: 2 December 2016 in York, 16 January 2017 in Swindon, 16 March 2017 In London.

Date: 2nd December 2016


Heritage Update 336

The latest edition of Heritage Update includes information on Heritage Day 2016, the Alliance's response to the Autumn Statement, the Historic Religious Buildings Alliance's BIG UPDATE event and much more information.

Date: 30th November 2016


The Gardens Trust event - Historic Landscapes Assembly

An opportunity for all those with a stake in historic designed landscapes and their conservation to meet and discuss current issues. At The Gallery,70 Cowcross Street, London EC1M 6EJ on 24th November 2016 from 10am-5pm.

Date: 24th November 2016


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Our Historic Gardens

Shropshire has a rich heritage of parks and gardens, and the Shropshire Parks and Gardens Trust is closely involved in protecting them from inappropriate development and neglect.

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The Shropshire Parks and Gardens Trust offers an exciting programme of talks and garden visits and provides opportunities to learn about the historic development and design of gardens.

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Join us by filling in a membership form and: Visit gardens not open to the public Enjoy free attendance to talks Receive a regular newsletter

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