Published in October, the Yearbook combines the contents of the Directory of Historic Houses and the Annual Report in a high quality publication of 140 pages, specifically designed for members who are owners of historic buildings.

Historic Houses represents Britain’s largest collection of independently owned, lived-in, historic houses, castles and gardens.  The Yearbook  reaches 2,500 historic house owning members which includes virtually all the finest historic houses and estates in Britain. The members collectively represent a large and financially significant market.

The Yearbook includes:

  • Annual Report of Policy, Education, Awards, Tourism, Marketing, Accounts, Membership, Committees, Charitable partners.
  • A-Z listing of all historic house member properties and a separate A-Z listing of members by name.
  • Names and addresses of museums, societies, trust, associations and other useful organisations involved in heritage and conservation Corporate members index, listed under the services provided to house members.

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