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30/05/2019

For National Volunteers Week, we asked some of our volunteers to share their experiences. Earlier this year architect Pinelopi Antoniou volunteered at our offices with our education team. 

29/05/2019

SPAB Scotland held a working party on the beautiful island of Lismore in the Inner Hebrides for a wonderful weekend of hands-on learning and lime burning.  

22/05/2019

For National Volunteers Week, we decided to ask some volunteers to share their experiences. Gillian Goodridge has been an invaluable volunteer working with our archive since 2015. 

17/05/2019

A few months into their conservation tour of the UKSPAB Scholar Bethan Watson describes being welcomed into the workshops of craftspeople

02/05/2019

May is a month full of celebrations, traditions and superstitions. We looked in our archive for some architectural examples.

12/04/2019

For World Heritage Day we’re exploring the international history of our Georgian HQ in Spitalfields, London – an area with a rich and complex past, home to successive groups of immigrants.

11/04/2019

In honour of April Fools’ Day earlier this month, we’ve looked through the SPAB archive to see which architectural follies the Society has been involved with.

04/04/2019

We concluded our spring lecture series on John Ruskin with a discussion about his enduring influence on Venice and were inspired to further explore the SPAB's early campaigning work in the city.

22/03/2019

The SPAB held its first meeting on 22 March 1877. We looked in our archive to find how we've celebrated some of our significant anniversaries.  

18/03/2019

We explore an unusual example of when John Ruskin became actively involved in a fundraising campaign to save a medieval church.