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Coronavirus response 

Heritage Workspace is available to host discussion forums and groups focused on helping the heritage sector recover from the current crisis. Historic England has suspended the usual requirements for starting new Heritage Workspace groups. We welcome requests for new groups to support remote working, provide secure file sharing and online discussion for those working in the sector.

A directory  of existing groups can be found here. To ask for a Group to be set up please email a request, giving a Group name, a short description, and the names of two contacts who will manage the Group. Both contacts need to have Logged In and Signed up to Knowledge Hub.

If you wish to start a discussion or post questions related to the sectors response to coronavirus, please Log In or Sign Up and join the Historic Environment Community .

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