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Building of the Month January 2019: East Scale Farmhouse, West of Grisedale, Garsdale, Yorkshire Dales
With some determination and imagination, this interesting farmhouse in the Yorkshire Dales could become a welcoming place of shelter and community once again.
Building of the Month November 2018: Lock Keeper's Cottages, Ipswich
These small but distinctive buildings are at the heart of the historic port of Ipswich. They have stood boarded up for several years. Together with other nearby dock buildings they could play a leading role in the regeneration of the area.
Concert: Tenebrae Consort in St Mary le Strand, 26 November 2018, London, 6pm-8pm
SAVE is delighted to announce a special concert by Tenebrae Consort on 26 November. Join us for an evening of music to celebrate the beauty and splendour of St Mary Le Strand.
Building of the Month October 2018: Old Haggs Farm
Farmhouse with close links to D.H. Lawrence needs new impetus to secure its future
SAVE photographer shortlisted for Welsh heritage award
SAVE is delighted to hear that Barry Eveleigh has been shortlisted for a Heritage Angel Award Wales in the category of "Best Heritage Research, Interpretation or Recording" for his project entitled "The Lost World of the Welsh Chapel".
Building of the Month, September 2018: The Bilston School of Art, Wolverhampton
The Bilston School of Art has long served Wolverhampton as a place of education and improvement. Situated in the Mount Pleasant area of Wolverhampton, it was built to commemorate the Diamond Jubilee of Queen Victoria in 1897.
Building of the Month August 2018: Royal Terrace, Southend-on-Sea, Essex
The Royal Terrace is located in Southend-on-Sea right next to the seafront.
SAVE objects to proposed loss of Ealing’s last conservation officer post
SAVE Britain’s Heritage objects to the plans to abolish the principle conservation officer post within the planning department of the London Borough of Ealing, the only post with specific heritage expertise.
Building of the Month July 2018: Griffin Inn, Llyswen, Powys
The Griffin Inn, a building full of character and history, is for sale and needs new owners to bring it back to life. It stands in a village on the banks of the River Wye, north of the Brecon Beacons National Park.
Building of the Month June 2018: Cattistock Lodge, Dorset
Taken from the cover of our forthcoming Buildings at Risk Catalogue, Revive and Survive, Cattistock Lodge has a beautiful and mysterious appearance. It is a house that has clearly been in decline for a while and stands in grounds containing other buildings.