A panel of experts discuss what the RSA’s Heritage Index has revealed, and what a modern, community-led approach to living heritage looks like.
Videos & Audio
Heritage connects people to where they live. This new publication from the RSA, in partnership with the Heritage Lottery Fund reflects focus groups, workshops, interviews and public events across the UK.
Our latest report reveals the key findings from the RSA's Heritage Index - a new tool that opens up a wealth of data about heritage in England, Scotland and Wales.
Articles & Blogs
10th April 2017
Sandy Wilkie FRSA and Rachel Griffiths FRSA ask what makes our cities and towns unique in terms of history, geography, economy, and that all important USP: reputation, and invite you to get involved in a new project.
31st March 2017
Follow up from a Fellow led event discussing heritage in the world heritage city of Bath
24th March 2017
Nigel Walley FRSA reports on how residents of Bedford Park in West London are coming together to explore what 'Networked Heritage' means for their communities.
6th February 2017
Learn about Reading's year of culture 2016 and links to the RSA's work on networked heritage.
Wednesday 31st May 2017 at 18:00
Trinity Centre, Melrose
Come along to this event to discuss festivals: their social, cultural, heritage, and economic significance.
Tuesday 16th May 2017
Federation House, Manchester
Join us to find out more and contribute to a new project, designed to distill the essence of Manchester's industrial past, radical tradition and its recent resurgence through creative industries.
Tuesday 28th February 2017
The Guild Hub, Bath
Join us for this meeting focused on watching a RSA lecture on heritage and having discussion around heritage in Bath.
Thursday 23rd February 2017
Edinburgh Centre for Carbon Innovation, Edinburgh
Following the publication of the Scottish Historic Environment Audit 2016, come along to discuss how data on the historic environment is currently being used and how we can make the best use of it.