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Wentworth Castle will benefit from a £2.4million grant from the Heritage Lottery Fund.
18 July 2011 | Stone Heritage
The Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) is providing funding of £11million for five heritage sites across the UK: Middlesbrough’s landmark Transporter Bridge; World War Two submarine HMS Alliance...
18 July 2011 | Stone Heritage
The Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) has earmarked funds totalling £10million for the regeneration of seven city and town centres stretching from County Antrim in Northern Ireland to Margate in Kent...
18 July 2011 | Stone Heritage
Another £2million has been put into the heritage pot, thanks to composer Andrew Lloyd Webber.The Andrew Lloyd Webber Foundation’s donation of £1million has been matched by English...
Dame Jenny Abramsky, Chair of HLF.
16 May 2011 | Stone Heritage
You have until 26 April to make your contribution to the debate about how Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) money should be spent between 2013 and 2019. You can give your opinion on
Jitka Palmer with a Gothic-inspired carving she produced during a 10-week project at Woodchester Mansion.
16 May 2011 | Stone Heritage
Woodchester Mansion, the Victorian Gothic country house in South Gloucestershire that was mysteriously abandoned mid-construction, allowing current generations of conservationists a unique...
18 April 2011 | Stone Heritage
Traditionally built solid stone walls can be as much as three times better at keeping in the heat than is generally supposed, according to SPAB research.The Society for the Protection of Ancient...
Granite from Fyfe Glenrock laid by Britannia at Gloucester’s Victoria Dock.
18 April 2011 | Stone Heritage
A £2.7million project just reaching its conclusion after 12 months is breathing new life into the area around Gloucester’s Victoria Dock, including an area that had previously been a...
Grants for church repairs are being maintained, thanks to the Heritage Lottery Fund.
23 March 2011 | Stone Heritage
The Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) and English Heritage have allocated more than £15.7million to support urgent repair work to 153 Grade I and II* listed places of worship across England. The...
Barry Hunt, Natural Stone Specialist's resident expert.
16 November 2010 | Stone Heritage
In this regular column, Consultant Barry Hunt answers reader enquiries. If you have a question, email it to: [email protected] marked for Barry’s attention.Q: I am having an extension built on to...
The proposals for Sandown Hall.
14 September 2010 | Stone Heritage
Stone Edge of Nelson, Lancashire, have secured an order worth more than £1.2million to construct load bearing masonry façades to reproduce the Classical Sandown Hall, which once stood in...
 Brendan Teasdale teaching at the Orton Trust in Northamptonshire where he has taken over as the masonry tutor.
14 September 2010 | Stone Heritage
Brendan Teasdale is passionate about the built heritage. When he is not repairing buildings he is either learning more about the skills needed to carry out his work or teaching other people the...
13 August 2010 | Stone Heritage
An English Heritage catalogue describing more than a million historical photographs and documents relating to England’s historic buildings and archaeological sites is now on-line –...
The Devereux Tower following its restoration by CWO. Photo: Sue Salton Photography
13 August 2010 | Stone Heritage
Building work of some kind or another has been almost continuous at the Tower of London since William the Conqueror started building it on the remains of a Roman fort in 1066. And it is not over yet...
The English Heritage 'At Risk' report published this month (July).
13 August 2010 | Stone Heritage
It is not just the built heritage that is at risk, it is also the companies looking after that heritage with funding becoming harder to find, warns English Heritage as it prepares for its share of...
The Exedra with some of its statuary that was restored by Cliveden Conservation.
13 August 2010 | Stone Heritage
Chiswick House Gardens, the birthplace of the English Landscape Movement and the setting for one of London’s most beautiful houses, were revealed to the public again last month (June) after a...