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16/03/2022

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?

11/03/2022

We are thrilled to be shortlisted for a Museums and Heritage Award in Best Use of Digital (UK). This recognises our work to deliver our Repair of Old Buildings Course online for the first time.

11/03/2022

The sails are back on our 18th-century windmill at Kibworth Harcourt, Leicestershire. This is a huge milestone in the project to bring this fragile and beautiful mill back into good repair.

07/03/2022

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

03/03/2022

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

01/03/2022

We are excited to announce the 28 specialists from across the heritage and construction sector who are lending the 2022 Heritage Awards their expertise

23/02/2022

Historic England has awarded the SPAB a £36,188 grant in support of the Old House Project.

09/02/2022

We’re delighted that plasterer and 2022 Fellow Daahir Mohamed has been awarded a generous grant from Heritage Crafts. The grant will help to support him during the Fellowship, our six-month training scheme for craftspeople.

09/02/2022

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.

07/02/2022

We’ve objected to proposals that will harm the beautiful historic farm buildings at Higher Melcombe Farm, next to the Grade I listed 15th century Manor and a deserted medieval village.