There are different ways to protect war memorials in England, and it might need your help and action from members of the local community. War memorials can be listed on the National Heritage List for England, or they might be
A series exploring the connections and emotions people have with Bootham Crescent, the home of York City Football Club. The Club is moving to a new, out of town football and rugby league stadium and 2018/19 is the final season of football to be played at the ground which is due to be redeveloped for housing.
The purpose of the Historic England research is to better understand ‘place-making’: how can we use heritage to make new, distinctive and meaningful places that have an identity and respect previous uses and associations? Interviews will be held with a large number of people to understand how they feel about the place, and from there we will see how the proposed new development can be shaped to represent those associations.
Presented by Jason Wood, on behalf of Historic England.
Post-war buildings like the Royal Festival Hall and Coventry Cathedral are now widely admired but their listing was once fiercely debated. 'Brutal and Beautiful' looks at our love/hate relationship with our recent architectural past and asks, 'what is worth saving?'
More details on: http://bit.ly/2Iy4vh3 The Historic England Angel Awards celebrate the efforts of people taking action to champion their local heritage. The awards were founded by Andrew Lloyd Webber and are co-funded by the Andrew Lloyd Webber Foundation. There are 15 finalists in the Historic England Angel Awards 2018. Discover them now and vote for the Historic England Followers’ Favourite award.