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The Old King’s Head Brought Back to Life

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Standing in the heart of the historic village of Kirton, The Old King’s Head was a hub of the community for centuries. Now with the support of Heritage Lincolnshire and the National Lottery Heritage Fund the 16th-century, Grade II listed building was reopened on the 1st October. Through fundraising and…

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Parham House Raises Funds for Heritage

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A fundraising dinner for the Sussex Heritage Trust Over one hundred guests enjoyed a black-tie dinner at Parham House on Thursday 14th October. £20,000 was raised in funds for the work of the Sussex Heritage Trust, to support the conservation and heritage movement in Sussex. Parham is one of the country’s…

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SAVE mounts campaign to rescue Victorian Essex station

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SAVE Britain’s Heritage has submitted an application to list the Victorian station house at Weeley Station on Essex’s historic Tendring Line from Colchester to Walton, which is threatened with demolition by train operator Abellio Greater Anglia. The application submitted to Historic England to assess Weeley for listing includes evidence shedding…

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Photograph of Sussex Heritage Person of the Year, Jane Jones-Warner.

Award Winning Design leads the way at Heritage Awards

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Excellent design, architecture and craftmanship were the winners at the 2021 Sussex Heritage Trust Awards. Thirty Award winning projects were announced at the 2021 Sussex Heritage Trust Awards on Wednesday 15th September. Chairman of the Sussex Heritage Trust, Simon Knight presented the Awards to a sold-out ceremony and lunch at…

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