Nominate a place in history

We want you to help us tell the story of the places that have shaped England’s story. The historical hotspots that you love or that are local to you that you want the world to know more about. Across the country there are places where important moments in history happened. There’s a tree by a house in Lincolnshire where Isaac Newton once stood, and an apple fell and lit up the future. There’s a mill in Shrewsbury that gave life to the skyscraper. Through Irreplaceable: A History of England in 100 Places, we are giving you the opportunity to nominate places like these - big or small - that you think deserve a higher profile for the groundbreaking moments in history they have witnessed.
Before making your nomination please read our:

2. What is your place? - the name of a building, a battlefield, a tree, or something else. 

3. Where is your nominated place or where did it used to be? - try and be as precise as you can.

4. Why is your nominated place historically important? Can you tell us about any important event, series of events or trend that happened at the place you are nominating and when that happened? This can be a year or period - any time recent or past.

5. If you have a picture of your nominated place, please upload it here.

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6. If you are happy for us to contact you about Irreplaceable: A History of England in 100 Places, please provide your email address below. Submitting your email address means that you allow it to be held by Historic England for this purpose.