Historic England lists new buildings with queer history

Buildings with links to queer records had been listed to mark the fiftieth anniversary of the partial decriminalization of homosexuality. Buildings with hyperlinks to queer records were listed to mark the fiftieth anniversary of the partial decriminalization of homosexuality. The Government has granted Grade II status to two homes in Devon – a coastal retreat and a chapel – to comprehend their importance in LGBTQ records, at the recommendation of Historic England. As well as the new listings, the historical past company has relisted 14 places – which includes the Suffolk home of composer Benjamin Britten and his companion Peter Pears – updating the listings to focus on formerly untold locations in queer history. One of the newly-listed homes, The Chapel of St Anne in Staunto Read More