On-line magazine of the bell-ringing community.
Works for the preservation of churches with round towers, mostly found in East Anglia, and investigates their history.
The RAI is a leading national archaeology society, its interests span all aspects of the archaeological, architectural and landscape history of the British Isles.
RCAHMW carries out surveys, maintains an archive . . . and publishes information about ancient, historical and maritime sites, structures and landscapes.
Professional association for architects in Britain, with a splendid library. The organisation also has an outstanding collection of architectural drawings.
Association actively engaged with the issues facing rural church life.
Save Britain's Heritage, campaigning for threatened historic buildings in Britain and Europe.
Support group for historic parsonages in church use, and those striving to preserve them as resources for today's ministry.
Scotland's Churches Trust aims to advance the preservation, promotion and understanding of Scotland's rich architectural heritage represented in its churches and places of worship of all denominations.
The SRCT is a charity that saves historic churches at risk. They work with communities to secure the future of their churches through expert conservation and creative regeneration.
The Society’s premises are a national and international centre for antiquarian activity and its library is the leading archaeological library in the UK.
Study of all aspects of architectural history, including churches.
The Society for Church Archaeology aims to promote the study of churches and other places of worship, along with their associated monuments and landscapes.
Established to study evidence of the past, whether standing buildings, landscapes, buried remains or artefacts in museums.
SPAB is a membership organisation fighting to save historic and listed buildings from decay, demolition and destruction.
Houses a national collection of British stained glass. Website includes online catalogue.
TACS is the national society which promotes the study and conservation of tiles and architectural ceramics. Online database.
The Twentieth Century Society exists to safeguard the heritage of architecture and design in Britain from 1914 onwards.
The Victorian Society is the charity championing Victorian and Edwardian buildings in England and Wales.
Britain’s extensive heritage has led to a multitude of books, articles and internet sites, but that wealth of information can in itself be daunting. To address that challenge and to highlight some of the best examples, a number of the finest stained glass artists, conservators and authors have come together to contribute some of their British stained glass highlights.