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11/12/2017

Ken Hill, a retired journalist and King’s Lynn resident since 1975 writes about a ‘Lynn’ landmark.

11/12/2017

By Paul Walters

It has been a few months since we embarked on the incredible journey that is the William Morris Craft Fellowship and it has not disappointed!

10/12/2017

In February this year, a group of Irish Scholars, Fellows and Guardians banded together to found an Irish branch of the SPAB.

08/12/2017

By Lilian Tuohy Main

As we enter the third month of our conservation tour, a theme that continues to arise is the importance of observing before acting. A unifying trait of historic buildings is their numerous ‘unknowns’. It is this intangible mystery that often makes a place compelling.

07/12/2017

The Romping Donkey, Cheshire is one of a number of buildings at risk with which we have been involved over a period of several years.

07/12/2017

Proposals for the rebuilding of the Royal Clarence Hotel, Exeter after a devastating fire.

17/11/2017

By Aoife Murphy.

The Scholarship is giving us wonderful access to beautiful buildings and crafts all over the UK. It’s difficult to choose a blog topic.

23/08/2017

Cecily Greenhill was the SPAB's archivist for many years and left a generous legacy to the Society when she died in 2012.

23/08/2017

John Sell joined the SPAB in 1974. He has been a Trustee for many years and served as the Chairman for a number of terms during the 1990s.

19/08/2017

Roger Mears, architect and former SPAB Guardian on his enduring involvement with SPAB.