The former First World War National Filling Factory in Barnbow, Leeds saw the first major loss of female civilian workers in England during the war.
Barnbow National Filling Factory
© The National Archives, ref. MUN5/155
Grave of Amelia Edwards listed and other buildings relisted - including the home of Oscar Wilde - to recognise the untold queer stories behind England’s historic places.
Share your pictures of listed Georgian sites with the nation. The List has over 400,000 entries from palaces, parks and follies to forges, prisons and pubs. Click each photo to enlarge and find out more about each place and contribution.
The Historic England Angel Awards celebrate the efforts of people who protect, save and share their local heritage. You can now see the shortlist of entries.
Explore England's historic places. Find out what makes them important and why they're protected by listing.
26 September 2016
The Theatre and The Hope join the Rose and the Globe on Bankside, London as scheduled monuments.
23 September 2016
'Pride of Place' research project uncovers and celebrates LGBTQ heritage across England
7 September 2016
5 sculptures across the North East of England designed to bring our public spaces back to life after WWII are newly listed
7 September 2016
Dutch and British maritime archaeologists are carrying out a joint diving and surveying expedition at the Rooswijk wreck site off the Kent coast.
When it comes to historic places, England is full of treasures. People up and down the country look after them. There are lots of ways you can join in, from researching the history of the WWI Home Front to becoming an archive detective.
Discover more about the historic buildings, social history and archaeology of your local area. Explore photographs, drawings and plans from the 1850s to the present day.
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