Hall features in new television show

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Renishaw Hall in Derbyshire is set to feature in a new ITV series called Britain’s Secret Homes.

The programme has been made in partnership with English Heritage and airs on Friday, June 21.

The show is presented by news reader Michael Buerk and Bettany Hughes and explores the history behind 50 of Britain’s little-known properties .

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English Heritage exists to make sure the best of the past is kept to enrich our lives today and in the future. One of the ways we do this is by recommending to the Government which buildings should be listed to help us as a nation to understand and protect our shared history.


Most of the houses in Britain’s Secret Homes are “listed”. Listing marks and celebrates a building’s significance through its special architectural and historic interest and brings specific additional controls so that this special interest can be properly considered when any changes to the building are planned. To find out if a building is listed, you can search the National Heritage List for England on {http://www.english-heritage.org.uk/professional/protection/process/national-heritage-list-for-england/ |English Heritage|click here}

You can also find out more about what listing means and about all the other things that English Heritage does there including events this year to celebrate the past 100 years of state protection for heritage English Heritage