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Historic England
We champion and protect England’s historic environment.
We champion and protect England’s historic environment.
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Ahead of the launch of our photography exhibition, Spirit of the North, the artist and photographer John Kippin shares his top tips for creating great images (on your camera phone or otherwise)

http://bit.ly/2JPp63v

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On 1 April, the Royal Air Force celebrated its 100th anniversary

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We recently uncovered a collection of over 4,000 photographs documenting medical and nursing practices during the Second World War, and immediately before the foundation of the NHS.

We showed the collection to four nurses who trained and worked in hospitals in the North West in the 1940s and '50s. From bedpans and cut-throat razors to drainpipe climbing and hospital superstitions, watch Dorothy, Audrey, Margaret and Jean's testament to the spirit of the age.

http://bit.ly/2Kh7wD4

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Eileen 'Dusty' Deste was an avid photographer of industrial dereliction in the 1960s and 1970s. Can you help us identify the locations of her photos?

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Historic England
Historic England
historicengland.org.uk

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Maritime Archaeologist Pip and Archaeological Conservator Angela explain how they’re conserving finds from the London wreck:

http://bit.ly/2pgv6XB

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Two mosques in London have been listed today by the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport on the advice of Historic England, in recognition of their historic, architectural and cultural importance.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iO2NSzytANI

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Here’s a quick look at some of the ways we’re tackling heritage crime, and how you can get involved:

http://bit.ly/2DaK45u
Tackling Heritage Crime
Tackling Heritage Crime
heritagecalling.com

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England is full of secret, unknown and forgotten memorials from the heroic and sad, to the quirky, inspirational and challenging. They are often poignant reminders of well-loved lives, lost.

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Historic England
Historic England
historicengland.org.uk

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“I believe that everyone ought, in duty to do any good they can”

A brief introduction to Thomas Coram and the Foundling Hospital

http://bit.ly/2CL6WIG

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