The UK Heritage Hub is well in to its third year of publishing high quality online magazines for the heritage community of the United Kingdom, which has grown to include a world wide audience aswell.
Galas, open days, themed events; together with all the latest news and images from across the length and breadth of the country, find them here, in this concise three weekly publication. Covering a vast array of subjects from Air to Sea, Road to Rail and much more besides.
The recent move to our new base, at The Model Centre, has opened up a new realm of potential for this ever growing magazine. For the first time in our history, a selection of previous issues will now be available to be viewed online, allowing those whom miss an issue, to be able to catch up. Working together with TMC, we aim to bring you more of what you love and have to come to expect from us here at UKHH, but also new ideas aswell.
Images, articles or general press releases you wish to be considered for the UKHH e-zine can be e-mailed to; firstname.lastname@example.org Alternatively you can also submit to us via our Dropbox account if this is easier for you. Any contributions wishing to be submitted for consideration should be sent in no later than the Monday, at 1800, 4 days prior, to publication. A list of upcoming publication dates can be found on our website.
We are proud to be associated and working in partnership with; The ‘Clan’ Project, Aspergers Fundraiser, Youth Rail Enthusiasts Association, East Kent Railway & Heritage Painting
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UK Heritage Hub Blog Posts:
UK Heritage Hub Competition Time
UKHH E-zine’s Second Anniversary
Gwili Railway’s Autumn Gala 2014
2013, That Was The Year That Was
All UKHH blog posts published in 2013 can be found by clicking here.
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