Meetings in May

Regretfully, our proposed visit to the Masonic Temple in London has had to be cancelled . We hope to rearrange the visit for later in the year. Our meeting on the 15th May is a Forum to debate what was the key project or occurrence to a historic place that really made...

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ASCHB AGM and Conference 16th March 2018

Our AGM and Conference was well attended at St Martin in the Fields, and we all left with food for thought about the role of conservation in the future, the shifts in focus of conservation education, and the dangers of retro-fitting. We offer many thanks to our chairs...

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ASCHB talk 13th March 2018

Tonight's talk is on the work that Peregrine Bryant Architecture and Building Conservation have been carrying out to improve the quality and care of In-Pensioners' accommodation. The Practice is currently working on the conservation and adaptation of Sir John Soane’s...

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Brooklands

Our programme for 2018 got off to a flying start with Clive England's talk on the works at Brooklands Museum. Brooklands was the birthplace of British Motorsport and Aviation, with the construction of the circuit and its huge banked sections in 1907.  The Brooklands...

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Vote Today!

Don't forget to vote today for your ten most influential conservation books over the last 50 years. If you have had difficulty voting on line,  further instructions and voting form can be found here: Voting Instructions and Voting Form We look forward to seeing you...

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Civic Voice Conference, Wakefield

Richard Woolf represented ASCHB at the Civic Voice Convention and AGM in Wakefield on  20-21st October. He reported that it was a very enjoyable and productive conference, and that there was a lot of interest in ASCHB. He took away three key issues from the...

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National Heritage Ironwork Group

NHIG are holding a day of practical guidance on the process of writing and understanding specifications on historic ironwork on 17th November 2017 at St Paul's Cathedral. Tickets cost £75 (£55 students) and are available from the NHIG website Booking Details Frances...

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New Season of Talks and Events

Our new season of talks and events starts next Tuesday 26th September at Cowcross Street, when Bill and Hamish Harvey will talk to us on Masonry Bridges, Dynamic or Static (see our Meetings page for details). 2018 sees our 50th anniversary since a group of staff and...

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ASCHB Friday Bulletin 19th May 2017

The Gallery was well-filled for our Lime Forum on Tuesday which proved a great success: we will be posting a report on the website shortly. We were sorry that Nigel Copsey was unable to join us, but he is now on the mend and we will include his presentation in our...

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