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05/03/2020

Working parties provide young people with the chance to learn practical skills and engage with professionals in a relaxed environment.  

05/03/2020

2019 Fellow Matthew Wilson looks back on six months of travel, craft and thought-provoking conversations.

25/02/2020

In February a dozen SPAB volunteers and experts gathered to help repair an ancient church tower, which we've owned since the 1980s.

17/02/2020

Our archive contains a collection of magic lantern slides which are being catalogued by volunteers. We are rediscovering some wonderful images of ancient buildings and structures around Britain.

17/02/2020

Every year a select group of architects, surveyors, engineers, and craftspeople are picked for our prestigious training schemes in building conservation.

13/02/2020

For Valentine’s Day we thought we’d explore buildings we love, or which inspire romance. SPAB development officer, Laura Calder, writes about the Thomas Morton Hall in Leith, where she got married.

06/02/2020

Peter Jamieson, SPAB casework volunteer, writes about honesty in craft, and mass production.

05/02/2020

An exciting opportunity to guide the SPAB through its next phase of development

04/02/2020

Standing neglected in the centre of a complex of disused and decaying moats, this Grade II* building is an important example of an early brick manor farmhouse.

04/02/2020

Our annual celebration of milling heritage has been cancelled.