British Heritage: From the Editor

From the Editor
From the Editor
British Heritage
British Heritage

ENGLISH HERITAGEMany of the sites mentioned throughout this issue are maintained by English Heritage, the leading U.K. conservation organization. In all, English Heritage preserves some 400 properties, and makes them accessible to visitors. Members, including members of the U.S. affiliate, American Friends of English Heritage, are admitted to any of the organization’s properties free of charge. They are also entitled to reduced admission to many other historic properties in England, Scotland, Wales, and the Isle of Man. In addition, members receive the quarterly magazine Heritage Today. For information, please contact English Heritage Membership Dept, P.O. Box 1BB London W1A 1BB, tel: 0171 973 3400, or American Friends of English Heritage, 410 Park Avenue, 19th Floor, New York, NY 10022, tel: 212-888-3060.

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2 Responses

  1. Jennifer Rahel Conover

    I understand that you published an article I wrote on Pen y Bryn
    and Welsh Rarebits. I would appreciate a copy of the magazine in
    which it appears.


    Jennifer Rahel Conover
    1261 Seminole Dr
    Ft Lauderdale, FL 33304

  2. Frank L Duley

    I just got done reading the article on Durham. In it, you talked a lot about the cathedral. You mentioned St. Cuthbert as being buried there. Not once did you mention the Venerable Bede. Why?


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