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Saving Britain's Past: What's your heritage?

Updated Thursday, 20th August 2009
Saving Britain's Past asks you: what do you value of your heritage, and what would you save?

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Pin in map Heritage. The word might conjure up images of ploughmen working their way across fields before sunset, or dusty boxes of old artefacts, but that presents a very selective idea about what is valuable from the past. As a nation, we're made up of more than the sort of images that decorate teatowels in National Trust shops - we're as much made by the tenements of Glasgow, or the passions of The Suffragettes, or even the wild birds in our hedgerows.

Heritage is different things to different people, and as BBC Two embarks on its quest to explore how we're Saving Britain's Past, we want to hear from you about what you value. What would you save, to show the world of the future what your heritage is?

Tell us what matters to you by putting your heritage onto our map.

Saving Britain's Past is on BBC2 from Monday 24th August 2009 at 7.30pm. 


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