Press Office

Press Office

The English Heritage Press Office are happy to help with any media enquiries you might have. Take a look at some of the resources and stories below, and do feel free to contact us for further information.

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  • Contacts

    Please call or email if you have any media enquiries.

    020 7973 3390

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    Contact us if you have any image requirements for press use.

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    Find out more about using our historic places for commercial filming or photography.

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Resources for Journalists

  • Traffic near to Stonehenge.

    Facts and Figures

    Key background information and statistics on the history, properties and work of the English Heritage Trust.

  • English Heritage Experts

    Our experts help us to care for hundreds of historic sites across the country, and tell their stories through thousands of years of history.

English Heritage Position Statements

  • Traffic on the A303 at Stonehenge.

    STONEHENGE AND THE A303

    In our role as guardian of Stonehenge, English Heritage welcomes the Government’s plans to invest in a fully bored tunnel of at least 2.9km to remove a large part of the existing A303 from the Stonehenge World Heritage Site.

  • The new plans to regenerate York’s Castle Gateway area combined with the deep attachment many people have for the mound at Clifford’s Tower means that English Heritage has decided not to proceed with the proposed visitor building at the base of the mound, the charity has announced.

    Rethinking Clifford's Tower

    The new plans to regenerate York’s Castle Gateway area combined with the deep attachment many people have for the mound at Clifford’s Tower means that English Heritage has decided not to proceed with the proposed visitor building at the base of the mound.

  • Interior of Harmondsworth Barn

    Harmondsworth Great Barn and Heathrow Airport

    The timber-framed Harmondsworth Great Barn in west London was built in 1426-27 and is one of the least altered medieval buildings in Britain. It is Grade I listed and part of the National Heritage Collection, in the care of English Heritage.

How We Are Funded

Our target is to become completely self-funding by 2023.  Our confidence in achieving this is based on our track record.  During the past 10 years our commercial income has doubled and we have raised nearly £60m in donated income.

  • 66% Self-generated income
  • 20% One off capital grant
  • 14% Government funding

Making The Most Of Your Support

As a charity we strive to invest as much as possible back into sites, ensuring you can enjoy them now and in the future.

  • 26% Caring for the collection
  • 16% Improving visitor experience
  • 33% Opening to the public
  • 13% Generating income to reinvest
  • 12% Support costs

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