Founded in 1866, London's blue plaques scheme is one of the oldest of its kind in the world. There are around 850 blue plaques in London celebrating a wide range of well-known people from the writer, Oscar Wilde to South African freedom fighter, Ruth First.
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Explore the archaeology of the newly created South Downs National Park, which stretches from the outskirts of Winchester to the cliffs of Beachy Head near Eastbourne.
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Ever wondered where your family used to live or how your city, town or village has changed over time? The English Heritage Archive holds over 10 million photos, plans, drawings and records covering England's past.
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