The “improved pub” movement that followed the First World War gave England bigger, better, family-friendly pubs.
Some of the best and rarest of these have just been listed.Find out which pubs have been listed and why.
At the bar in the Gatehouse, Norwich. Much of the original details remain, including stained glass panels in the windows which are said to relate to the Bayeux Tapestry. It has been listed at Grade II.
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1 September 2015
Sir Laurie Magnus pays tribute to the first chairman of English Heritage in 1984, Lord Montagu of Beaulieu, who died yesterday aged 88.Read more
23 August 2015
Historic England launches three podcasts on the pioneering women behind the anti-slavery movementRead more
3 July 2015
DCMS will be appointing four commissioners to Historic EnglandRead more
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