English Heritage announces plans for 2022

Clifford's Tower. Image via Pixabay.
Clifford's Tower. Image via Pixabay.

The heritage charity has announced that multiple key sites will reopen after refurbishment, as well as the unveiling of many new blue plaques.

At Clifford’s Tower in York, the public will be able to see the result of its £5 million restoration project from April. Other sites opening to the public include a historic house in Twickenham and a Roman amphitheatre in Kent.

Many of the stories we are telling this year are those of London’s working class

Anna Eavis, Curatorial Director and secretary of the English Heritage Blue Plaques Panel

The charity will also be unveiling a number of new blue plaques this year. These plaques highlight important historical buildings, and among those being recognised this year are sites of notable feminist movements as well as the homes of working class heroes in London.

Read the full story at the Independent.

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