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The 2017 edition of The Building Conservation Directory brings together the latest expert advice and up-to-date information on craft skills, conservation products and specialist services, as well as course listings, useful contacts and other essential information. Find out what's in it and order a hard copy here or read the free digital edition here.


Historic Churches

Fresh from the printers, the 2017 edition of Historic Churches features an introductory article on sacred space by the Bishop of Worcester. Other highlights include contributions on master carver Grinling Gibbons, brass eagle lecterns and church roof repairs in the west of Scotland, where climate change is creating increasingly challenging conditions. Find out more and order your copy of the 24th annual edition here. Or read the free digital edition here.

Historic Churches 2017

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Heritage Retrofit 2017

Read the first edition of Cathedral's new annual publication Heritage Retrofit. It's packed with illustrated features and other specialist coverage of this rapidly expanding area of building conservation. You can access the free digital edition here.

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NEW ARTICLES

Medieval Stained Glass in North Wales

'Vibrant expressions of medieval faith' is Martin Crampin's description of the small but highly significant body of medieval stained glass which survives in the churches of north Wales. His article takes in some breathtaking examples and provides striking insights into the work of Victorian restorers.

Medieval stained glass depiction of a saint at St Mary’s church, Treuddyn, Flintshire

Saving Cemeteries

Historic England's Rebecca Barrett and Jenifer White unravel the significance of our historic cemeteries, not only as burial grounds but also as designed landscapes, wildlife habitats, urban green spaces and repositories of social, cultural and military history. Their article delves into the principal threats to this form of heritage and considers what can be done to counteract them.

 

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