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Rescue: Fighting Back against cuts to heritage
It’s been a busy few weeks here at Rescue HQ as the newest wave of cuts hits archaeology services across the country. We regularly write letters to universities, local authorities and local and national heritage organisations outlining the importance of heritage as a non-renewable resource; swinging cuts that cause irreversible damage cannot be undone, and are a much higher price to pay than any small savings from already stretched services. Below are two of our recent letters. The first is is

Members of Rescue receive Rescue News, our newspaper which keeps you up to date with all the latest heritage issues. See some recent stories below. » Catastrophic fire in Egypt
» Wedgewood Collection under threat
» Museums Crisis Deepens
» Latest Battersea project stalls

Rescue are monitoring cuts to heritage services all over the UK. The latest cuts on our Cuts map are listed below. » Cuts to D&G Council's Museums Service
» Threatened closure of The Whithorn Trust

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RESCUE, the British Archaeological Trust, is a registered charity and an independent organisation committed to the protection, conservation, recording and interpretation of archaeological evidence – often the only evidence – of ALL our pasts...

About Us

RESCUE, the British Archaeological Trust, is a registered charity and an independent organisation committed to the protection, conservation, recording and interpretation of archaeological evidence – often the only evidence – of ALL our pasts...

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Rescue - The British Archaeological Trust
15a Bull Plain, Hertford, Hertfordshire SG14 1DX
Telephone: 01992-553377
rescue@rescue-archaeology.freeserve.co.uk
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