Who should apply
Applications are welcome from a wide range of individuals who have a broad appreciation of heritage
Messel’s career spanned the worlds of stage, film, opera, interior design, portraiture and architecture.
No other examples of this type of fan – that is to say a folding fan with sticks joined at the pivot end with a cord or ribbon
Now visitors to the National Trust’s Dyrham Park in Gloucestershire will be able to enjoy a splendid example of a still life de
Rupert Brooke, war poet and Fellow of King’s College, Cambridge, died 100 years ago (23 April 1915) on his way to fight at Gall
A grant of just over £780,000 from the National Heritage Memorial Fund (NHMF) has enabled the Charles Dickens Museum in London