Month: January 2015

Fighting Back: version 5.2 of our campaigning guide published

In this time of extreme pressure on the whole of British archaeology, Rescue can help you to fight against cuts to your local heritage services. We have recently updated our popular guide to Fighting Back, giving practical advice to campaigning to protect and preserve local and regional archaeological services, museums and heritage services from cuts which will …

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Election 2015: Rescue asks all political parties their views on heritage

Rescue have written to MPs and politicians across the spectrum on behalf of our members to gauge where each party stands on issues key to the future of heritage protection in Britain. Key issues, as we have continually highlighted include the protection of local heritage planning advisory services and Historic Environment Records, local and regional museums, the …

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Rescue says: The Lenborough Hoard

RESCUE Says: The Lenborough Hoard The media have once again whipped themselves into a frenzy regarding buried treasure. The latest example is the Lenborough hoard – a metal detecting rally bonanza consisting of over 5,000 allegedly pristine silver coins dated (so far) to the reigns of Aethelred and Cnut – AD 978-1016 – which according …

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