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This 1920s postcard shows our home, Hunter’s Moon, a 16th-century timber-framed house built on the Adur estuary but now a mile from the sea.


Our famous Repair of Old Buildings Course, an intensive introduction to conservation, returns this autumn.


Our annual award for the person who best embodied the working party spirit – a warm mixture of generosity, dedication and enthusiasm. This year it was awarded to John Russell, a carpenter based in East Sussex.


We are deeply saddened to learn of the proposed demolition of this Grade II listed late-17th century farmhouse, stables and outbuildings under proposals for the High-Speed Rail 2 scheme. Unfortunately, under the High Speed Rail Act 2017, which modified the controls related to listed buildings, we have little or no scope for objection. No matter how well this is recorded, a historic building is irreplaceable.


Our archive officer Vicky West explains how to use our new catalogue using the example of a historic case, Tintagel Old Post Office


You’ll find Tretower Court within the upper reach of the Usk valley, just off the old Roman road to Wales (now the A40), surrounded by wooded hills


SPAB volunteer Joe Orsi investigates a mysterious detail


To celebrate Norfolk Day, Fenland and Wash regional group volunteer Steve Mackinder shows us around this historic village, one of the county's lesser known gems.


Volunteers and specialists worked beautifully together to help repair our Old House Project and nearby Boxley Abbey, Kent. There were tons of hands-on activities to try, nights around the campfire and a huge amount of work was achieved.


We are concerned that new development proposals to regenerate the area do not respect this important ruined church and will dwarf its surviving iconic tower.