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WMF Britain
Breathing new life into extraordinary buildings
Battersea Power Station
Battersea Power Station
The Rise, Fall and Rise of Battersea Power Station
Newstead Abbey great hall
Newstead Abbey
The ancestral home of Lord Byron urgently needs your help.
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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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Oh, I do like to be beside the seaside: Saving Britain’s Coastal Heritage

Mar 52019 7pm
The UK's coastal heritage stands as an icon of Britishness. Revered and parodied in equal measure, it has stood the test of time and adapted to suit changes in taste and holiday fashions. But our seaside heritage is facing one of its biggest challenges yet: the impact of climate change. Vulnerable, often poorly maintained coastal structures face increasingly fierce attacks by the elements, and now their long-term future is under threat.

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Government House, Antigua

Government House in the centre of Antigua’s capital city, St. John’s, is a treasured symbol of the nation’s democracy—its progression from slavery to full emancipation in 1834, and to confident independence in 1981. Established in a Parsonage dating from the 1700s, Government House has been the official residence of the islands’ Governor General since 1800.…

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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.