Smashed avocado on toast and smoked salmon are overtaking traditional English breakfast fare with young people, according to a new study.Read the full story ›
About 10,000 people gathered at the historic site for sunrise on the longest day of the year.Read the full story ›
The discovery was made while the painting was being cleaned by English Heritage conservators.Read the full story ›
English Heritage is encouraging people to share historic snaps of the famous stone circle as part of centenary celebrations.Read the full story ›
Schoolchildren will be happy this summer holidays as English Heritage have brought Minecraft to Kenilworth Castle.Read the full story ›
A 'brutalist' electricity substation on Moore Street in Sheffield, was an important component of the radical post-war regeneration of the city which was badly bombed, English Heritage said.
The building, designed by Bryan Jefferson, has been listed at Grade II.
The Spectrum building, formally the Renault Distribution Centre, in Swindon, was designed by Sir Norman Foster and features yellow steel "umbrella masts" and a yellow roof around the single-storey glass-walled warehouse.
Built in 1980, the building featured as the backdrop to scenes in the 1984 James Bond film, A View to a Kill. It has been given Grade II listing.
A Cold War bunker, a concrete electricity sub-station and a yellow-roofed warehouse that featured in a James Bond film have been given listed status.
A steel-framed private house has also been listed by Heritage Minister Ed Vaizey, on the advice of government agency English Heritage, in the latest move to protect post-war architecture.
Mr Vaizey said: "Everyone knows that England has a fine and wonderful built heritage. But it's sometimes forgotten that we have many outstanding modern buildings too."
Banksy's art work and the world's largest greenhouses have featured on a list of the most quintessentially English things to see and do.Read the full story ›