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Deborah Mays 9h
Style, light, harmony, Voysey’s charm at Prior’s Field,
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Wardsend Cemetery 2h
Just short of 50 visitors attended our Tour at Wardsend yesterday. We're still at the beginning of a long journey but this shows the cemetery's potential as an important landmark on the Upper Don Walk and gateway to the Parkwood Springs Country Park in the City
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Cider Museum Sep 13
Saturday 14th September, the museum is free entry! Come and find out about the Cider Riots, see Georgian excisemen's instruments of their trade, and find out what happened to one poor soul when he met angry miners in the Forest of Dean....
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EACR.org.uk Sep 13
There are 2 towers open for . Saffron Walden on 15th (2-5) & Goldhanger on 22nd (1-4). Chance to see bells, history & have a go at
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Mr. B 24m
Finding out the name of Miss Grimsby 1935 isn't as easy as typing "Who was Miss Grimsby 1935?" into a popular search engine - which is probably why I'm not a local historian! 🤣 The Time Trap Grimsby Town Hall. 📷 14/09/19.
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Cheltenham Playhouse Sep 13
There have been quite a lot of tweets about Beer Week, the Paint Festival, the Well Being Festival. But very few about which run from 13 - 22 September. Lots of great places throwing open their doors for free for you to see things you night never otherwise see.
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Christine Shaw 2h
It’s today and thought of you when I visited today. Some fab tiles throughout the building.
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Friends Of Baguley Hall 6h
Just wanted to say thankyou to everyone who has liked, shared or followed. Unfortunately Baguley Hall is not currently open to the public but we're working towards it. Hope you have a lovely afternoon 🥰
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Dr Claire Strachan Sep 14
The sausages are on! The team are ready. Sign up at Newbold on Stour village hall for 40 mile challenge ride or an 18 mile family ride around the beautiful Warwickshire countryside & help support our historic church buildings!
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Norfolk Wildlife Trust 7h
Robert Kett and rebels standing up for common land in Norfolk! NWT today for and
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Argos Hill Windmill 37m
Many thanks to everyone who visited the mill this weekend for . A fantastic turnout and glorious weather on both days. Our final open day of the year will take place on Sunday 6th October from 2pm-5pm.
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Tony Howe 5h
It’s again! Today’s visit is to Caister St. Edmund and the Roman town archaeological site!
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The Heritologists 6h
Plenty to see in the Thomas Brown Room at The Exchange (including us 😉)
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St Mary in the Baum Rochdale 7h
We are open today till 3pm. Come and join us this heritage weekend. Refreshments available.
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@linsnap 5h
There are some great places to visit for free this week Interesting couple of hours spent at Mosty Lea Mill, Kibblestone.
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Sunny Bank Mills Sep 13
Open Studio Weekender is nearly upon us!! Meet our studio artists (like Mel - pictured!) and explore the Spinning Mill Studios and our BRAND NEW Twisting Gallery Studios this weekend. Free. Dog friendly. Sat and Sun 11-4 both days.
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Tottington Life Sep 14
Today’s town centre Heritage and Culture walking tour, hearing about our town’s history, buildings and people, was great! A 1.5 hour walk in the sunshine. Who knows the location of the final photo? Always look up! You find nice surprises.
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Tony Howe 5h
Replying to @ArchaeologyTony
A quick nip into the adjacent church: the late Saxon origins are obscured by later work, but the source of the building material is plainly evident 😂
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Charlotte 9h
Proud moment launching “If I could talk I would tell you stories “ exhibition yesterday. Over 800 visitors, lots of great feedback and touching responses.
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Tweedteacher 18h
Successful Heritage Open Day. Tortworth Court, Sevington Victorian School and Leigh Delamere Church
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