Historic places and buildings across the East of England are in danger of falling into disrepair, according to the 2018 Heritage at Risk Register.
This year, 48 sites have been added to the report. Places at risk include the Wisbech and Fenland Museum in Cambridgeshire, where the roof is leaking.
It also highlighted three conservation areas in Great Yarmouth which are experiencing issues such as street clutter and under maintained buildings.
In Hertfordshire, Royston Cave's mystical carvings are deteriorating through water penetration and worm activity, and the 15th Century Cutlers Guildhall in Thaxted, Essex needs propping up until repairs are made.
While a number of places are in need of urgent care, 43 historic buildings and sites have been saved this year.
In Norfolk, the medieval Church of St Mary in Denton, has had its guttering and roof repaired, as well as the leaking mill tower at Drinkstone Smock Mill in Suffolk.
And, the latest construction of a residential scheme at Howard House in Norwich has helped aid new repairs.