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Henio on S4C, 18th November 2020, Strata Florida Exhibition Project 

Designboom, 2nd November 2020, Moseley Road Baths features in new “Accidently Wes Anderson” Book

Financial Times, 14th November 2020, “Tennessee’s Parthenon, China’s Eiffel Tower and other Heritage Fakes” 

The Evening Standard, 22nd October 2020, “Fake Heritage: Why We Rebuild Monuments by John Darlington Review”

The Spectator, 17th October 2020, “A Passion for Pastiche: China’s Potemkin Villages”

The Scarborough News, 9th October 2020, Castle Howard Receives Lifeline Grant from Government’s Lifeline 1.75bn Culture Recovery Fund

ITV News, 1st February 2017 “Month of action for Moseley Road Baths”

Apollo Magazine, 22nd September 2016 “What’s next for World Monuments Fund Britain”

The Guardian, 7th August 2016 “Demolition threat looms for great Victorian buildings from English fishing’s golden age “

The Guardian, 21st June 2016 “Church project to conserve tomb of Christ gets $1.3m boost”

Independent, 11th November 2015 “Palmyra will be flattened by Isis within six months, warns antiquities director”

The Guardian, 15th October 2015  “Birmingham baths and Yorkshire mansion on world’s ‘most at risk’ list”

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Stonemasonry Training Begins in Lebanon

World Monument Fund’s stonemasonry training programme has begun in Tripoli, Lebanon, where a new group of Syrian refugees and local Lebanese will be trained in the art of stonemasonry, learn about heritage preservation in their region, and be introduced to the basics of business planning. The training centre is located in Tripoli’s Lion Tower (Burj…

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