The Victorian Magazine
The Victorian is published tri-annually in February, June and October and sent to 3,400 members of the Victorian Society who include house owners, architects and other conservation specialists in the public and private sector.
For those who are promoting products and services used in the care, repair conservation and
restoration of Victorian buildings, The Victorian Magazine provides an ideal medium. Readers include owners of Victorian property, architects, surveyors, town planners, designers, engineers and other conservation professionals in the public and private sector involved in conservation of historic buildings. They require a wide range of materials and professional services including:
Plasterwork, door furniture, window specialists, rainwater goods, stonework, brickwork, railings, paints, wall papers, wall & floor tiles, roof Tiles, carpets, rugs, joiners, gratings, stone cleaning, fireplaces, conservators, roofing, restorers, statuary, accountants, stonemasons, surveyors, architects, environmental planners, fine art, architectural metalwork, etc etc.
Members enjoy high rates of disposable income. Many members own old houses and wish to restore and decorate them in a sympathetic manner. The Society’s publications go to many libraries and colleges and are wide used as valuable sources of information on the period. The Victorian Society is recognised as an authoritative voice on the period 1837-1914.
The Victorian Society
The Victorian Society exists to save Victorian and Edwardian buildings of special architectural merit from needless destruction or disfigurement.
It was founded in 1958 as the national pressure group fighting to protect Victorian and Edwardian buildings in England and Wales. Among its founder members were John Betjeman and Nikolaus Pevsner.
Today, the Victorian Society has around 3,400 members. It is a registered charity supported mainly by subscriptions from its members and by grants from English Heritage and Cadw.
By law the Society must be consulted over any proposal to demolish even part of a listed building. It also lobbies for changes in the law regarding conservation of our built heritage.
In addition to its magazine, the Victorian, the Society produces a wide range of publications including the acclaimed series of ‘Care for Victorian Houses’ booklets for owners and architects. Most recently the Society launched ‘The Victorian Society Book of the Victorian House’, published by Aurum Press. For any house-proud owner of a Victorian property this book represents a unique and invaluable resource. It is packed with information about Victorian architectural ideas, building methods and materials, as well as practical advice on maintenance and conservation.
Include house owners, architects and other conservation specialists in the public and private sector. Subscriptions contribute to the employment of architectural advisers to deal with thousands of consultations and case studies each year, and to represent the Society at public enquiries and church courts.
For further details about the Victorian Society please see their website: www.victorian-society.org.uk
For information of advertising in the Victorian magazine please contact
Maz Oakley on 01462 896688 or email: