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News Darwin At Downe In Bromley Nominated For World Heritage SiteDarwin's former home in the London Borough of Bromley has been put forward for UNESCO World Heritage status, which would lend it ongoing protection and recognition.13 January 2006
News Darwin200 Celebration Plans Revealed At Natural History MuseumCulture Minister Margaret Hodge joined President of the Royal Society, Lord Rees, to reveal Darwin200 celebration plans for 2009 at the Natural History Museum.05 June 2008
News Downs House Darwin Discovery Project Wins Funding Go-AheadPlans to explore the Kent grounds where Charles Darwin formulated his famous theories of evolution have received a major boost in the form of a Heritage grant.20 November 2008
News Government Backs Darwin's Former Home As World Heritage SiteCharles Darwin's former home and workplace at Bromley in Kent has been chosen as the UK's 2009 nomination to become a UNESCO World Heritage Site.30 January 2009