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20/08/2020

2020-21 SPAB Scholar Libby Watts takes us on a sketching tour of her historic village.

20/08/2020

SPAB Scotland Guardian Tom Hay considers how principles used in traditional buildings can inform new architecture.  

11/08/2020

We need your help to design a new range of SPAB t-shirts. We’d love for you to get creative and draw us a design including the SPAB colophon, or lozenge.

06/08/2020

Now a major heritage destination as a picturesque ruin, Rievaulx was founded in the 12th century as the first Cistercian monastery in the north of England. We look in our records to review our work in 1908-9 which stabilised the building and prevented collapse in several areas of the structure. 

06/08/2020

A church with a view is a local treasure to SPAB volunteer Hazel Morris

30/07/2020

SPAB volunteer Keri Dearmer explores the wealth of history in her district in East London

27/07/2020

Frederick Duleep Singh (1868-1926), is one the most interesting personalities from the SPAB archives. The younger son of the last Maharaja of the Sikh Empire, Prince ‘Freddie' was a dedicated SPAB member and saved a 15th-century townhouse.

22/07/2020

The Award is presented each year to the person who best embodied the working party spirit - a warm mixture of generosity, dedication and enthusiasm. This year, the first year, it was awarded to Britt Harwood.

22/07/2020

SPAB Scholar Amy Redman explores the industrial heritage of 'Porty'.

20/07/2020

Although we have not historically supported the use of colourless water-repellents on historic masonry, there is a new generation of ‘breathable’ products about which that we're increasingly being asked. This research will add to a wider body of evidence that will inform the SPAB’s position on these products.