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Heritage and Conflict
EVENT Heritage & Conflict: How will the Middle East recover?
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  • Heritage and Conflict

Standing up for historic buildings, sites and monuments

A conservator repaints the shield at Knill's Monument in St Ives

A conservator repaints the shield at Knill’s Monument in St Ives

For the past 20 years WMF Britain has helped to conserve exceptional works of architecture and monuments, supporting partners and local communities to ensure that endangered sites in their care have a long term future

 

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Featured Event

Heritage & Conflict: How will the Middle East recover?

May 162017 7PM
As the humanitarian crisis continues, ancient sites are active backdrops in the brutal conflict and political turbulence. What is the future for Middle Eastern heritage, and what are the solutions?

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Featured project

Charlton House

Charlton house was built between 1607 – 1612 for Sir Adam Newton, Dean of Durham and tutor to King James I’s eldest son Prince Henry.

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Your support underpins every aspect of our work. From onsite conservation to advocacy, education, training and outreach work, every pound we receive contributes to protecting our built heritage for future generations.