Tagged: Conservation

Stonehenge – the gift and 100 years of care

Posted:
3 January 2018
Posted By:
Susan Greaney
Categories:
History Uncovered

2018 marks an important anniversary for Stonehenge. It's 100 years since local barrister Cecil Chubb and his wife Mary gifted the monument to the nation. This was a major turning point in the way Stonehenge was cared for. It set in train a programme of care and conservation for the monument and the ...

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How do you look after Roman treasures?

Stone relief of the Roman goddess Sol
Posted:
13 April 2017
Posted By:
English Heritage
Categories:
Behind the Scenes

We go behind the scenes with English Heritage Conservator Leesa Vere-Stevens as a new exhibition and redevelopment project get underway at Hadrian's Wall. She tells us how she’s helping to redisplay the world-famous collections at Corbridge Roman Town  – and why chiselling and forklift truck d...

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To Conserve or Restore, that is the question…

Brodworth Hall in the 1990s (left © John Critchley, right © Historic England Archive)
Posted:
28 March 2017
Posted By:
Bethany L Ronksley
Categories:
Behind the Scenes

If you visit Brodsworth Hall and Gardens today you will see beautifully manicured pleasure gardens and a lovingly preserved country house. But this was not always the case. When we first took over the care of this historic place, we faced a quandary.  Brodsworth Hall and Gardens in South York...

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6 stories that we can’t wait to tell you in 2017

Stonehenge sunrise
Posted:
17 January 2017
Posted By:
English Heritage
Categories:
Things To Do

We have lots of exciting plans to share with you in 2017. Before we get started though, we would like to thank everyone who voted for us in the UK Blog Awards 2017. We're through to the finals in the Arts & Culture and Travel categories! Hopefully sharing the news of a win will be one of the...

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