Chairman Martin Bridge
Secretary Jenny Bishop
Treasurer John Payne
Editor John Walker
Secretary Ken Drinkwater
Other committee members
Website Terry Vanner
Next Committee Meeting
Tuesday 19th May 2020
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The Group was formed in 1983 by a varied collection of professionals and amateurs keen to see more work on the lesser buildings of Essex published for all to see and comment on. They were a mix of people having many varied interests in the field of study loosely covered by the term 'historic buildings'. Buildings, materials, documents, landscape or just an inquisitive mind were the areas of interest, we have now published a continuing series of booklets, a manual on recording a building, hold a Day School once a year and provide Sunday guiding at the Cressing Temple site. We meet regularly to hear speakers on various aspects of historic buildings and building types
For details of a number of courses
relating to the EHBG
For details of a news relating to the EHBG
Date for your diary EHBG Day School
EHBG Day School 13th June 2020 at Maldon Town Hall, Market Hill, Maldon CM9 4PZ
THE ENGLISH FARMYARD TO 1700 - housing. people, animals ad crops
Click here to download a Day School Booking Form
PUBLICATIONS ADDED TO SITE
DISCOVERING COGGESHAL 2 Download version £5
Click here for details and other publications available for purchase
Day School 2020 is under review in the light of the Corona Virus.
In view of Covid-19 the face to face meetings at Moulsham Mill have been suspended for the time being.
In the meantime you might not know that Historic England have recordings of webinars on verious aspects of conservation and historic buildings.
These are free to view on the Historic England website using the link: https://historicengland.org.uk/services-skills/training-skills/online-training/webinars/technical-tuesdays