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25/06/2019

Peter Ellis, one of our long-standing millers and a member of the Traditional Corn Millers Guild, sadly passed away on 11th June.

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.

 

17/06/2019

A group of volunteers and master craftspeople will gather to repair a medieval chapel at Stourton Caundle, near Sherbourne. The building, once part of a medieval chapel, has recently been rescued from ruin and collapse, saving its important ancient graffiti.

05/06/2019

The two-wheeled, 16th-century watermill formally re-opened its doors in July following a £1 million restoration project.

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. 

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