Carlisle Castle has changed colour

Carlisle Castle in north Cumbria has changed colour, according to research by historians. Investigations into the Keep indicate that it was … [Read more...]





Winged statue of Victory to return to Housesteads Roman Fort, Northumberland

Roman statue of Victory to return to Housesteads Roman Fort, Northumberland as part of a new exhibition. The statue returns for the first time … [Read more...]





Ancient mysteries wanted

A community archaeology project run by the North Pennines AONB Partnership has been so successful that it has had the go-ahead to come up with new … [Read more...]





LLoyds Building in London given protected status

The Lloyd’s building in central London has been given Grade I listed status for its architectural innovation, historic interest and celebrated … [Read more...]





Wade’s Stone stands proud on the North York Moors

Wade’s Stone once again stands proud on the North York Moors thanks to help from Tees Archaeology. The two metre high stone in the North York Moors … [Read more...]





English Heritage Angel Awards – winners announced

Presented at a gala ceremony in London the winners of the first English Heritage Angel Awards have been announced. Founded earlier this year by … [Read more...]





London Underground stations ‘listed’

A number of London Underground stations have been listed at Grade ll by Tourism and Heritage Minister John Penrose. This status indicates that … [Read more...]





Protection upgrade for Margate coaster

Britain’s oldest roller coaster, the Scenic Railway at Dreamland, Margate, has been upgraded from Grade II to Grade II Star on the advice of English … [Read more...]





Heritage of Dartmoor recorded by English Heritage

A new book has been published charting the evolution of Dartmoor's rich archaeology and stunning landscape. 'The Field Archaeology of Dartmoor' by … [Read more...]





Ravenglass Roman bath house

Thousands of visitors arrive at the small village of Ravenglass in south west Cumbria every year to travel on the narrow gauge railway. However, many … [Read more...]