New Futures for Birmingham`s Historic Buildings

Some links for April 25th through to April 27th

Posted April 28th, 2010 by Birmingham Conservation Trust with No Comments

These are our links for April 25th through April 27th:

  • Hartlebury Castle Trust – The Trust has been formed with the express intention of preserving this wonderful building and its surroundings which has been left to this generation by all those who have preceded us.<br />
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    Walk around and through this beautiful place and it is easy to see how the unique Hurd Library, exquisite Georgian Chapel, the Elizabethan Walk, the moat and pools, the magnificent Mediaeval Great Hall, elegant Saloon and splendid Prince Regent’s bedroom all have something to tell us about many different periods in history.
  • Free Walks at Ironbridge Gorge Walking Festival – "Learning about the Gorge’s transport history, getting up very early to enjoy the dawn chorus, looking for clay or just enjoying an amble around some of the more interesting local pubs, there is something for everyone, including a wheelchair and pushchair friendly walk, in the varied programme of over 20 walks."
  • John Christophers’ Zero Carbon House – Building Design – A home in Birmingham’s Balsall Heath is the first retrofit project to achieve level 6 of the Code for Sustainable Homes

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