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13/05/2022

2022 Fellow Daahir Mohamed is a lime plasterer. From the road he shares some highlights and reflections on heritage. 

28/04/2022

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

22/04/2022

As it’s Huntingdonshire Day, we had a look in our archives for heritage gems from the area that sometimes causes a bit of a headache for our archivist, as it was abolished as a county in 1974.

06/04/2022

2022 Scholar Sinéad Scullion explains the process of casting a simple cornice section from the workshop of master plasterer, Michael O’Reilly

16/03/2022

Lying in our archives is a heavy and crumbling album. It contains more than a hundred drawings, mostly dated from the 1780s, nearly a century before the SPAB was founded. So who was he and why do we have his work?

07/03/2022

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

03/03/2022

Laying the groundwork for a new phase at St Andrews. Watch our 2021 year in review video.

09/02/2022

The sonnet was introduced to English literature by tudor poet Thomas Wyatt (1503 – 1542), who once owned our Old House Project St Andrews in Boxley, Kent.

24/01/2022

A collapsing churchyard wall in Feltwell, Norfolk repaired thanks to community spirit, SPAB Working Parties and a lot of cake

12/01/2022

Almost every year the Art School generously accommodate SPAB Fellows in their workshops. 2021 Fellow Toby Slater, a carpenter, enjoyed a two-week placement in the Historic Carving Department.