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Covid-19

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Covid-19 Like our members, we are following the Government’s advice and our staff are now working from home. If you need to speak to a member of staff please call 07470 350439 or email admin@heritagetrustnetwork.org.uk At this time of uncertainty and isolation we feel strongly that we all need to…

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HTN Postpones Events

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Unfortunately, in light of the current situation regarding the spread of Coronavirus, the decision has been made to postpone all HTN events for the time being. This means that the upcoming Scotland, Midlands and South West area meetings will now not be taking place next week. As we are not able…

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Environmental Charities to Join Forces

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The Environment Trust and South West London Environment Network (SWLEN) have announced that they are going to merge to create a single, combined charity with the capacity and skills to achieve greater impact for natural and built heritage in south west London. The decision builds on the strategic alliance announced…

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Using Drone Imagery to Record Your Building

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We have been approached by Jim Sallis, Principal Lecturer in the School of Architecture, Design and Built Environment at Nottingham Trent University regarding an exciting community opportunity for all HTN members interested in using drones to record their sites. The project is looking specifically at the way in which community…

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Cleveland Pools, Bath’s Lido

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The Cleveland Pools project is stepping up a gear and moving at pace; following the last 8 months of work to appoint a staff team of 3, develop construction plans, appoint a contractor, and start to build on existing community partnerships, they are now looking forward to starting work on-site…

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Taking Our Castle To Another Level

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Great news from our members at MacDougall of Dunollie Preservation Trust:  “Scaffolding has re-appeared on Dunollie Castle Ruin over the last couple of weeks, meaning an exciting conservation project is about to begin. The third phase of consolidation works will commence on 24th February, to repair and point the northwest…

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