5 Things you didn’t know about Gloucester

Well known for it’s Gothic Cathedral and picturesque surroundings, Gloucester has a rich history of industry and trade.Read more

7 Creative new uses for cathedrals

Cathedrals hold a special place in the built environment.They are important for their scale and splendour as well as their significance as places of worship.Read more

Coventry: A Journey Through Time

From the ruins of St Michaels Cathedral to the Black Princes Manor, with the bountiful gardens of Lady Herbert and the old Council Chambers, Coventry’s walls are brimming with history.Read more

8 Reasons to Love Historic Manchester

Famed for its industrial output, pioneering political movements and musical exports, Manchester’s rich heritage is of national importance, recognised worldwide. Here we celebrate 8 places that tell the story of Manchester’s history. 1. Manchester was commended by a US President You may wonder how a 4 metre high statue of ‘Honest Abe’ Lincoln found its way to Brazennoze Street in central Manchester. The origins of the statue go back to the 19th century, when Manchester was one of the biggestRead more