English Heritage

Set up under the terms of the National Heritage Act 1983, the English Heritage (aka The Historic Building and Monuments Commission for England) is a non-departmental public body of the United Kingdom government with a broad remit of managing the historic built environment of England.

English Heritage’s best known role is as the steward of over 400 significant historical and archaeological sites including Stonehenge, the restored working windmill at Sibsey and the world’s earliest iron bridge.

They also have major responsibilities in conservation, giving advice, registering and protecting the historic environment as well as maintaining a public archive: the National Monuments Record.

Sibsey Trader Windmill is currently under the care of the English Heritage although the site is independently managed and run by Ian Ansell.

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