What’s the future for England’s past? With a funding revolution and a sea-change in how the nation’s heritage assets are valued, there’s a reformation taking place at English Heritage. William Cash talks it over with Dr Simon Thurley, chief executive of English Heritage and burgeoning national treasure.
Until quite recently, any heritage-lover showing up for a guided tour of Clifton House on Queen Anne’s Street in King’s Lynn may not have recognised the figure of Dr Simon Thurley, chief executive of English Heritage, in his chinos and tan suede
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