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06/02/2019

SPAB member Janice Gooch is fascinated by a former hunting lodge, and makes a case for the identity of its unknown architect.

30/01/2019

Before the mass production of cameras, artists provide the only contemporary record of what are now lost or overly-restored historic buildings.

22/01/2019

Every year, the SPAB Scholarship gives young architects, surveyors and engineers an opportunity to specialise in conservation work.

16/01/2019

To the lovers of ancient buildings it is the ‘feel’ of a building that makes them ‘great’. For SPAB member Allan Ockenden nowhere fits this bill better than the tiny medieval chapel at Yatton, tucked away in a corner of the Herefordshire countryside.

11/01/2019

Father of Arts & Crafts architecture and SPAB co-founder Philip Webb was born on this day in 1831. He was an architect, designer, conservationist and mentor.

14/11/2018

The future now looks bright for a Nottinghamshire cottage saved by the SPAB this October.

13/08/2018

"When the opportunity to demonstrate stained glass conservation at the Old House Show arose, I was delighted to take part. SPAB events have always been very positive experiences for me."

01/08/2018

Architect Scholar, Pam Dziwulska, writes about her time exploring conservation in Italy.

11/06/2018

SPAB Scholar, Matt Loosley writes about conserving the ruinous Clarendon Palace, Wiltshire.

31/05/2018

Julie Charlesworth, SPAB garden volunteer, writes about one of her favourite garden tasks.