|The English Lake District||Covers topics like stories of the north, storytelling, world heritage sites and descriptions, local enterprises and examples of the Trust’s activities||Website|
|Heritage Calling||A set of blogs looking at English history.
Examples of topics: Taking a look at London’s sewers, London’s bridges, pre-historic sites and Victorian architecture, the hat industry in Luton
|Roger Hunt regularly lectures. He has spoken at shows and events including the National Homebuilding & Renovating Show, Ecobuild, Grand Designs Live, the National Home Improvement Show and for the UK Green Building Council, CITB Construction Skills Northern Ireland and SPAB.
Examples of topics: Old building looking at unusual topics such as fire in old buildings and how to adapt old buildings for new uses, hidden London and listed buildings such as Battersea Power Station.
|Heritage Open Days||Established in 1994, Heritage Open Days is England’s contribution to the European Heritage Days and has since grown into the country’s largest heritage festival.
Expanding and diversifying from 701 events at its launch to over 5,000 today, Heritage Open Days continues to flourish with more events every year, reflecting the rich and diverse cultural heritage of England and its communities. Spanning the public, private and voluntary sectors, the festival is a unique and powerful partnership. Working with organisations and individuals across England, Heritage Open Days is our national local festival. There are always new stories to tell and new places to open. It’s a chance for communities nationwide to come together to learn, explore and have fun by sharing the treasures on their doorstep.