English Heritage

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English Heritage (also known as the English Heritage Trust) is a charity that manages historic monuments, buildings, and places, such as prehistoric sites, medieval castles, Roman forts, and country houses. The company's portfolio includes Stonehenge, Dover Castle, Tintagel Castle, and the best preserved parts of Hadrian's Wall. It also manages the London Blue Plaque scheme which links influential historical figures to particular buildings.
HQSwindon, GB
Employee Ratings3.3

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Employees (est.) (Jul 2021)864(+2%)
Revenue (FY, 2019)£120.8 M(+5%)
Cybersecurity ratingCMore

Key People/Management at English Heritage

Mark Stuart-Smith

Mark Stuart-Smith

Chief Financial Officer
Kate Mavor

Kate Mavor

Chief Executive
Rob Woodside

Rob Woodside

Estates Director
Anna Eavis

Anna Eavis

Curatorial Director
Luke Whitcomb

Luke Whitcomb

Marketing Director
Luke Purser

Luke Purser

Development Director
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English Heritage Office Locations

English Heritage has offices in Swindon and London
Swindon, GB (HQ)
Engine House, Fire Fly Ave
London, GB
100 Wood St, Barbican
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English Heritage Financials and Metrics

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English Heritage's revenue was reported to be £120.79 m in FY, 2019 which is a 4.1% increase from the previous period.

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English Heritage Operating Metrics

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876 k918 k969 k1.04 m


5.85 m5.88 m6.46 m6.37 m


2.1 k3.7 k4.5 k4.8 k

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English Heritage Acquisitions / Subsidiaries

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English Heritage Trading Limited
The English Heritage Trust

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English Heritage revenue breakdown by business segment: 5.8% from Fundraising, 58.4% from Membership and Admissions, 11.4% from New Model, 23.2% from Other Trading Activities and 1.2% from Other

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English Heritage News and Updates

English Heritage welcomes back visitors to historic properties across Hadrian’s Wall

Following a time of closure during the Covid-19 lockdown, English Heritage have opened up its sites along Hadrian’s Wall. The charity which manages 20 properties along the Wall from museums, milecastles and a castle closed all its staffed sites in March. These are now being slowly re-opened

Tourists flock to landmark Clifford's Tower in York

ONE of York’s most iconic attractions is continuing to prove popular with tourists since reopening, with the number of people visiting from outside Yorkshire described as “very encouraging.” More than half of the people who have visited Clifford’s Tower since it opened to the public again on Augu…

Agile Interpretation: supporting the visitor experience during Covid-19

English Heritage cares for more than 400 historic buildings, monuments and sites across England, from famous prehistoric and Roman sites, Stonehenge and Hadrian’s Wall to a Cold War Bunker and silver factory in Birmingham’s jewellery quarter.

Kenwood House to reopen on September 2, English Heritage announce

English Heritage has confirmed that Kenwood House will partially reopen on Wednesday September 2.

BHC pens news deal with English Heritage

The British Honey Company (BHC), which makes infused spirits and alcohol sanitiser products, has signed a four-year global licensing and distribution agreement with English Heritage. The conservation charity looks after hundreds of historic monuments, castles and buildings. Under the terms of the…

English Heritage Chooses Noble To Enhance CX

Noble Systems, a global leader in omnichannel contact center technology solutions, is pleased to announce our recent partnership with English Heritage, a charity that manages over 400 historic monuments, buildings and places of interest in the UK. With the generous support of over 1 million donors, …
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English Heritage Frequently Asked Questions

  • When was English Heritage founded?

    English Heritage was founded in 1983.

  • Who are English Heritage key executives?

    English Heritage's key executives are Mark Stuart-Smith, Kate Mavor and Rob Woodside.

  • How many employees does English Heritage have?

    English Heritage has 864 employees.

  • What is English Heritage revenue?

    Latest English Heritage annual revenue is £120.8 m.

  • What is English Heritage revenue per employee?

    Latest English Heritage revenue per employee is £139.8 k.

  • Who are English Heritage competitors?

    Competitors of English Heritage include Historic England, National Trust and International Volunteer HQ.

  • Where is English Heritage headquarters?

    English Heritage headquarters is located at Engine House, Fire Fly Ave, Swindon.

  • Where are English Heritage offices?

    English Heritage has offices in Swindon and London.

  • How many offices does English Heritage have?

    English Heritage has 2 offices.