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07/08/2019

The SPAB is active in Scotland and Ireland and we're lucky to have dedicated volunteers who work hard to raise awarness and organise events for local members. SPAB Scotland officer Grace Connelly reports from a weekend meeting Irish allies. 

30/07/2019

2019 Fellow Matthew Wilson is a self-employed bricklayer which he combines with a career as an actor. Here he explores balancing his two professions with the Fellowship.

24/07/2019

The Grade I listed church of St Mary, Haddiscoe is a prominent landmark in south east Norfolk. It is no surprise to find that such an historic church has, a number of times, engaged the attention of the SPAB. 

19/07/2019

The SPAB’s summer calendar only truly begins on the first day of our annual working party. This year the event took place in Boxley Abbey, near Maidstone in Kent.

04/07/2019

Matthew Slocombe, SPAB director is a practical person at heart, and that's why he's so excited about the Old House Project at an 'at risk' building in Kent.

01/07/2019

Since the 1950s we’ve offered an introduction to building conservation on our Repair of Old Buildings Course. Prajakta Deshpande writes about her experience in May

21/06/2019

SPAB Scholar Holly reports on benefits of a flexible approach to conservation at a Palladian villa in Northern Italy

20/06/2019

To mark International Women in Engineering day, we asked SPAB Scholar Aoife Murphy to write about her career so far and how she specialised in working with historic buildings.

 

30/05/2019

The Gloria and Marco Award Award is a three-month scholarship set up in memory of two talented Italian architects who died in the fire at Grenfell Tower in London. Giulia Pannocchia, the first Gloria e Marco scholar, reflects on her experience studying building conservation in the UK. 

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.