Sign up for a digital coffee break with Scotland members on Tuesday 5th July, from the comfort of your own home. We all miss the general chatter over coffee at in-person events, so here’s the next best thing!
We know that our members are still facing a number of challenges at the moment and along with general networking we’d like to hear how you’re doing, if the Network can help in any way and how your projects are going. Do also tell us about any successes you’ve had in recent times!
Heritage-led regeneration of High Streets is often linked to cultural activities as part of the day and night economy. Increasingly this is about diversification of the High Street and makes it more distinctive and local.
Join us in Devonport for a panel discussion, networking lunch and tours of the Market Hall (and immersive dome), Guildhall and local area.
Our panelists will discuss the lessons learned, best practice and bringing people back into England’s High Streets. Panelists are:
- Gavin Richards, Programme Manager at the Architectural Heritage Fund (Chair)
- Lindsey Hall, CEO of Real Ideas
- Hannah Sloggett, Director of Nudge Community Builders, Plymouth
- Ellen Harrison, Head of Creative Programmes and Campaigns at Historic England
- Josephine Brown, Project Director of Paignton Picture House Trust
- Other panellists may be added
10am – Arrival and refreshments
10.30 – 11.30 Panel discussion
11.30 – 12.00 Q&A
12.00 – 13.00 Networking lunch
13.05 – 13.30 Presentation from Lindsey Hall, CEO of Real Ideas
13.45 – 16.00 Tour of venue/local area/guildhall, immersive dome
Join us online for our Open High Streets event on High Street Regeneration. The topic will be Housing on the Historic High Street.
Further details TBC.
The following sessions are organised by our members and are not part of the HTN programme of events.
‘Building Stories’ Workshops - crafting interpretation text for heritage projects
(A TDR Heritage Event)
This event is hosted by our partner members TDR Heritage
A new interactive workshop to hone your tone, find the right tools for the job and become a master-text builder! If you are new to heritage interpretation or just want to brush up on your skills this is the workshop for you. Through participating in creative activities, you will gain the confidence and skills to write copy that starts a conversation with your audiences.
On booking, you will be sent an activity pack in the post, full of creative resources to use during the workshop. This includes a project ‘blueprint’ setting out the different stages to building good interpretive content and five activities exploring the who, why, and how of text craft.
For questions relating to this event, please contact TDR Heritage.
This event is hosted by our members the London Historic Buildings Trust
This 45-minute session (inc. 15-minutes for Q&A) is led by the London Historic Buildings Trust.
LHBT will talk through:
- What meanwhile use is and the benefits for a project and community
- Their experience of developing and installing appropriate meanwhile uses into historic buildings
- Top tips on how to go about identifying and establishing a meanwhile use
- Links to case studies and further information on meanwhile use
For questions relating to this event, please contact London Historic Buildings Trust.
This event is hosted by our members the Perth and Kinross Heritage Trust
Perth and Kinross Heritage Trust is once again running their popular annual Architectural Conservation CPD programme. The programme covers the best conservation practice to employ when approaching a project involving traditional buildings and will give you the tools to help unlock their potential.
The sessions are delivered by industry professionals on a range of topics and include Q&As. The CPD programme is IHBC recognised and all attendees receive a certificate as proof of their attendance for their CPD portfolios.
£15 per session or free for students and LPA officers (email email@example.com for discount codes).
- 25 May – Phases of Build and Conservation at HES Stanley Mills (Chris McGregor, Historic Environment Scotland)
- 29 Jun – A Short History of Traditional Oak Carpentry, New Build and Conservation (Justin Rose, Justin Rose Carpentry)
- 31 Aug – A Life in Conservation – Case Studies (Ian Cumming, Ardle Construction)
- 28 Sept – Retrofit of Traditional Buildings (Moses Jenkins, Historic Environment Scotland)
- 26 Oct – Conservation Techniques for Historical Sculptures (Graciella Ainsworth, Graciella Ainsworth Sculpture Conservation & Clara Molina Sanchez, Historic Environment Scotland)
PLEASE NOTE: Sales end 24 hours before each event starts. Session links will be emailed to attendees after sales end. Sessions are recorded for those unable to make the time.
For questions relating to this event, please contact Perth and Kinross Heritage Trust.