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


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


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.


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


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?


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


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


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.


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


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.