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25th October - 17:52

For Halloween, we searched our records for people pictured in our some early photographs.

03rd September - 16:16

St Oswald's church has a long history with the SPAB, involving one of our most famous members

22nd August - 16:37

To celebrate what would have been John Betjeman's birthday, find out more about one of our most illustrious members. 

14th August - 17:57

The SPAB manifesto urges those who care for old buildings ‘to put Protection in the place of Restoration’. We looked in our archive to see some church casework of carried out by early members.  

24th July - 12:01

The Grade I listed church of St Mary, Haddiscoe is a prominent landmark in south east Norfolk. It is no surprise to find that such an historic church has, a number of times, engaged the attention of the SPAB. 

22nd May - 13:13

For National Volunteers Week, we decided to ask some volunteers to share their experiences. Gillian Goodridge has been an invaluable volunteer working with our archive since 2015. 

02nd May - 15:16

May is a month full of celebrations, traditions and superstitions. We looked in our archive for some architectural examples.

12th April - 16:49

For World Heritage Day we’re exploring the international history of our Georgian HQ in Spitalfields, London – an area with a rich and complex past, home to successive groups of immigrants.

11th April - 18:23

In honour of April Fools’ Day earlier this month, we’ve looked through the SPAB archive to see which architectural follies the Society has been involved with.

04th April - 17:19

We concluded our spring lecture series on John Ruskin with a discussion about his enduring influence on Venice and were inspired to further explore the SPAB's early campaigning work in the city.