Celebrate England’s fantastic architecture & culture with free access to places that are usually closed to the public/charge admission. 11-14 September 2014
#hods at NationalGardenScheme launch of The Yellow Book. 3800 beautiful gardens to visit! http://www.ngs.org.uk/
#FestiveTraditions Here's our advent wreath to count down the time to Christmas.
Chocolate eyeballs (raspberry truffles) for the tea break - in honour of National Chocolate Week & lead up to Halloween!
Our lovely new office in the attic!
Assessing our technical equipment ready for the big move.
Checking out the emptying shelves as we prepare for our office move
Look who's been exploring our moving crates!
One of the beautiful ceilings at Milton Court, Dorking (credit: Derek Kendall)
…YOU! Organisers, volunteers and visitors: the centre of #hods (credit Alan Brigham)
…YOUNG AND OLD. Young family board vintage bus in Hull (credit Anthony Hatfield)
…NETWORKING and making new friends. Viking and visitor pause for a chat (credit Cantebury City Council)
…VIEWS. The Ruin, framed against its breath-taking backdrop: North Yorkshire (credit The Landmark Trust)
...AWE- INSPIRING. Visitors breathe in surroundings of church in Hull (credit Anthony Hatfield).
…EUROPEAN CONNECTIONS. Find out more on the #hods blog http://ow.ly/81imq
…LOCAL. Visitor views MyHouseMyStreet participant list in Brighton (credit Nigel Corrie)
...HIDDEN GEMS. Golden Interior of St Vincent works, nestled in the centre of Bristol.
…TEA and cake. Stockport ladies do both (credit Stockport MBC)
HARD-WORK. Shovelling coal at Bancroft Mill, Barnoldswick (credit Zumamedia)
..LEARNING. Wide-eyed curiosity in Hexham.
…TALENT. Woodcarving Bedlington Heritage Fair in Northumberland: just one example of skills showcased at #hods (credit: Gilbert Johnston)
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