VITALITY, VIBRANCY & REVIVAL THROUGH HERITAGE

Join the Heritage Trust Network for our annual conference 2019, this year taking place in Northern Ireland!

Early Bird Offer extended until 30th September – buy your tickets now!

Our fantastic line up of speakers will focus on how to revive your High Street or Main Street, in both rural and urban areas across the UK, using a sustainable business model.

There will be inspiring case studies, key guidance and interactive workshops to help your group succeed.

Bring your questions and queries to put to our experts, and build new relationships to boost your project.

Attendance is open to all, including HTN members, heritage trusts, community groups, business owners, local authority staff and decision makers.

Join us in November to learn how we can revive our places by working together!

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WHAT DID CONFERENCE 2018 ATTENDEES THINK?

Good / Brilliant place to network

Inspirational, motivational meaningful / useful, interesting and well-chosen speakers

Good / Fabulous overall

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“There is a network of people who are approachable, knowledgeable, helpful and available to support us all through the process.”

“Be willing to learn from other projects and challenge yourselves and your project – learn from mistakes and be ambitious.”

“Be willing to learn from other projects and challenge yourselves and your project – learn from mistakes and be ambitious.”

“I came away feeling part of a family of inspiring, dedicated people.”

“ I'm not alone!”

“There's a great support network here.”

“We all need to consciously develop creative partnerships in order to thrive.”

“Everyone is facing similar challenges and there is a support network there.”

“However big or small the project, everyone is facing the same journey with lots of enthusiasm.”

“There is a good support network out there, with many kindred spirits and good people working towards similar aims.”

“We're all in this together, for the greater good.”

“What we do matters to people - and if we can keep close to what people want and need, we're helping places grow and change for the better.”