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Britain's heritage leaders answered questions from the audience on a range of topics from funding to planning to volunteering last night at a Heritage Question Time event in London hosted by English Heritage.

On the panel were Heritage Minister Margaret Hodge, Baroness Andrews, Chair of English Heritage, Dame Jenny Abramsky, Chair of the Heritage Lottery Fund, Anthea Case, Chair of Heritage Link, Tom Dyckhoff, journalist and broadcaster and Simon Jenkins, Chairman of the National Trust. The debate was chaired by BBC presenter Martha Kearney.

Watch video's of the panel's responses and contribute to the debate on-line in our Heritage Question Time forum.

Baroness Andrews said: "This is the first time the heritage sector has come together and invited the public to tell us what really matters to them. We look forward to seeing the discussion develop on-line as we want to involve as many interested people as possible in determining our future direction."

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? English Heritage Pictures by Boris Baggs