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Every year a group of craftspeople, architects, surveyors and engineers are selected for our prestigious training schemes. 


Our Esher Award honours leading individuals in building conservation and their contribution to the SPAB


Kevin McCloud, TV presenter, designer and writer, will present the SPAB Heritage Awards at a November 2022 event at Conway Hall in London, the beautiful 1920’s home of the Ethical Society.


The Fellowship fosters outstanding craftspeople with the skills for working with historic buildings. After a year's delay due to the pandemic, Fellows Toby, Thom, Tom and Oliver have now completed their conservation tour of the UK. 


Thanks to a generous bequest we can repair this important mill and provide training in millwrighting, an endangered craft.


We recently supported proposals to install solar panels and two air source heat pumps at this Grade I listed medieval church


The next Annual General Meeting (AGM) of the Society will be held on Tuesday 7th December 2021, 1.30-2pm. 


To John Ruskin Lincoln Cathedral was “the most precious piece of architecture in the British Isles”. One of its most celebrated features is the carved Romanesque frieze on the façade and we are deeply concerned about its future. 


We are delighted to be hosting two forthcoming online sessions on the IHBC helpdesk during COP26.


The potential repair of these beautiful but sadly neglected structures is a long running SPAB case. We are increasingly concerned at their rapid deterioration; in June 2021 part of the roof over the 17th-century bay collapsed. Unless urgent action is now taken to help these listed buildings, the situation will become critical.