English Heritage


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English Heritage

n
(Antiques) an organization, partly funded by government aid, that looks after ancient monuments and historic buildings in England. Official name: The Historic Buildings and Monuments Commission for England
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English Heritage is now working to find a more permanent solution.
What most people don't know however, is that English Heritage originally told us the canal had to be in a tunnel across the whole Pier Head so we could 'respect the Three Graces' or some other puritanical nonsense.
Cameron Moffett, English Heritage collections curator who carried out the research, said: "English Heritage's collections from Wroxeter Roman Town in Shropshire and Hadrian's Wall shows mead was being made in the Roman period in Britain.
"It's wonderful that this very old drink is now being discovered by a new generation." English Heritage says it is selling a bottle of mead every 10 minutes and is the UK's largest retailer of the drink.
As part of a #LoveCastles season, English Heritage is also calling on members of the public to send it photographs of their own sandcastles and is revealing its top tips for building a successful castle on the beach.
Cabe are quite right - the present proposals even without the further degradation being sought by English Heritage will not produce a "high quality scheme".
"Don't let English Heritage see," he chuckles, plonking his bottom on the newly cleaned desk.
English Heritage champions and protects historic places and Walthamstow Stadium, built in the 1930s, was often viewed as a London landmark, with its greyhounds and neon facade used in films, television advertisements and, memorably, on the front cover of Blur's multi millionselling Parklife album.
From those who risked their own lives to sail the 920-strong fleet of Royal Navy ships, commercial vessels and "little ships" - fishing boats, cabin cruisers and the like - in the perilous evacuation, to the women who filled countless sandwiches to welcome exhausted troops home, English Heritage is seeking personal accounts to bring this pivotal wartime event to life, and preserve it for future generations.
Rosslyn Stuart, territory director east for English Heritage, said: "We urge owners to work with us to secure a future for their scheduled monuments or historic landscapes."
Recollections of the artist's drum-kit derring-do cut little ice with English Heritage.