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28th April - 18:28

For National Mills Weekend, Roger Illsley explores the history of Scotland’s first successful steam powered flax mill, sadly now 'at risk'

07th March - 14:46

For International Women's Day, writer Gillian Darley champions the life and work of architect and designer Sarah Losh (1785 – 1853)

05th January - 16:32

Described by Alan Bennett as ‘undoubtedly this country’s greatest theatrical architect’, Frank Matcham’s pleasure palace for the Peaks enchants Kate Griffin

06th October - 15:13

We look at these humble buildings, which offer refuge to travellers in a sometimes unforgiving landscape.

29th July - 23:22

You’ll find Tretower Court within the upper reach of the Usk valley, just off the old Roman road to Wales (now the A40), surrounded by wooded hills and water.

17th June - 18:08

SPAB Ireland volunteer Gissella Renolfi highlights what is possibly Dublin's earliest surviving house, predating the city's Georgian development.

02nd June - 13:13

The at-risk quayside at Ramelton reflects its past as an important trade port.

27th April - 16:35

Huddled beneath a vast sky, on the edge of a cliff, dwarfed by a hulking conical hill sits Holy Cross Church at Mwnt, Ceredigion. 

21st April - 19:32

Communications officer Felicity enjoys the illusions of a historically-informed 21st century theatre.

 

13th February - 16:07

For Valentine’s Day we thought we’d explore buildings we love, or which inspire romance. SPAB development officer, Laura Calder, writes about the Thomas Morton Hall in Leith, where she got married.