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The home of former Prime Minister Edward Heath has reopened to the public with its future assured. Arundells in Salisbury, where Sir Edward lived...

Sir Thomas Savage, 1st Viscount Savage, who inherited Melford in 1602 and is an ancestor of Princes William and Harry, has for a long...

Final designs for The Sill, Northumberland’s proposed £11.2m national Landscape Discovery Centre, have been unveiled. The centre will house state-of-the-art education facilities, exhibition space...

Recent storms have uncovered what are believed to be Bronze Age footprints on the south coast of Wales at Port Eynon beach. The discovery...

Bristol’s Old Vic theatre is set to undergo a £12m refurbishment to coincide with its 250th anniversary in 2016. The work has been approved...

After the species was first reintroduced into Scotland in 1975, the number of white-tailed eagles (also known as sea eagles) has gone from strength...

This summer will see giant tree-house pavilions erected in London’s Regent’s Park in a project patroned by Tim Burton and Helena Bonham Carter. Artists...

Derbyshire County Council has announced plans to save Grade II-listed Elvaston Castle, which has been on the English Heritage Buildings at Risk register for...

Several of John Piper artworks, which reflect the artist’s unique vision of Wales, have been acquired for Wales’ national art collection. The series of...

Following a lengthy closure, Oxford University Museum of Natural History has reopened its doors and collections, which include a 40ft tyrannosaurus rex and Alice’s...