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Should Stonehenge be lit up at night?

A debate is underway in regards to whether Stonehenge should be illuminated at night. English Heritage, which manages Stonehenge, says it was lit up at night for a period in the 1970s and early 1980s but that was stopped due to an increase in road accidents caused by cars and lorries

Abbey Road studios given English Heritage status

The famous Abbey Road studios has been given listed building status by English Heritage for it's contribution to music history - The Beatles recorded many albums there. The venue has been given Grade II status - the third-highest category - for its role in shaping British music. Culture Minister

Historic cathedrals face repair struggle as conservation grant is cut

Historic cathedrals in England will be facing a struggle to undertake vital repair work as English Heritage is withdrawing a nearly $5 million repair grant. The impact will be particularly acute on older buildings. Lincoln cathedral, which dates from the 12th century, receives around a quarter of its income for conservation