The SPAB is pleased to announce its 2018 SPAB Scholars: Pamela Dziwulska, an architect from New Zealand, Matt Loosley, an architect from Manchester, and George Hodgson, an architect from London. The aim is for SPAB’s Scholars to gain hands-on experience of building conservation in action guided by experts in the field and to use this knowledge to inform their own approach in their working lives. Their travels will enable them to meet fellow architects, building specialists and craftspeople working in traditional ways. This highly regarded educational scheme has run for more than 80 years. Since 1930 it has set over 150 young architecture and building professionals on the road to positions of great responsibility in the conservation sector. SPAB Scholars, along with the Fellows, begin their country-wide conservation tour on 26 March.