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10/09/2020

We look back on the work of Scottish architect William Weir (1865-1950), one of our most respected caseworkers, and was part of a group of dedicated experts active in the first 50 years of the SPAB.

 

07/09/2020

The SPAB is a proud member of Remember a Charity, which represents 200 UK charities and works closely with partners in the legal sector, government

07/09/2020

To find out more and discover just what an impact Gifts in Wills have made please download our leaflet

03/09/2020

We are taking part in Remember a Charity Week (7th-13th Sep), to encourage people to consider leaving a gift in their will. 

20/08/2020

2020-21 SPAB Scholar Libby Watts takes us on a sketching tour of her historic village.

20/08/2020

SPAB Scotland Guardian Tom Hay considers how principles used in traditional buildings can inform new architecture.  

06/08/2020

Now a major heritage destination as a picturesque ruin, Rievaulx was founded in the 12th century as the first Cistercian monastery in the north of England. We look in our records to review our work in 1908-9 which stabilised the building and prevented collapse in several areas of the structure. 

06/08/2020

A church with a view is a local treasure to SPAB volunteer Hazel Morris

30/07/2020

SPAB volunteer Keri Dearmer explores the wealth of history in her district in East London

27/07/2020

Frederick Duleep Singh (1868-1926), is one the most interesting personalities from the SPAB archives. The younger son of the last Maharaja of the Sikh Empire, Prince ‘Freddie' was a dedicated SPAB member and saved a 15th-century townhouse.