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Network Natter:
Scotland Branch

Join fellow HTN Scotland members, staff and trustees for our ‘Network Natter’

Sign up for a digital coffee break with HTN Scotland members 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 have two Natters on the 4th August, 10am and 2pm.

4 August,
Online

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An Introduction to HTN (for those considering applying to be on our board)

We’re currently recruiting four new trustees and are inviting potential applicants to this introductory event to find out all about the Heritage Trust Network.

12 August, 4pm
Online

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At the Heart of the Community: A Future for your Church
Session Three: Finding New Uses

Are you a community group thinking about taking ownership of your local church? Are you already managing your church for the benefit of the community? This free online event is for you.

Heritage Trust Network and Historic Churches Scotland are joining forces to host the third event in this series for any group contemplating the future of their church building. In this event we will hear from Harriet English from the Plunkett Foundation, who will introduce the new Community Business in Places of Worship project and the support available.

1 September, 10am
Online

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Rendered Invisible:
Telling LGBTQ Stories from the UK's Built Heritage

The Heritage Trust Network wants to help its members and the wider heritage sector to embrace the real communities around them, to bust myths and to help them overcome any fears of using the wrong terminology.

This event features case studies and lived experiences from our speakers who will be joining us from Scotland, Northern Ireland, Wales and England.

Speakers:

  • Norena Shopland – Author and historian
  • Greg Pickup – CEO, Heritage Lincolnshire
  • Alice Ullathorne – Heritage Strategy Officer, Nottingham City Council
  • Eve Boyle – Communities Liaison Manager, Historic Environment Scotland
  • Kristopher Reid – PhD Candidate, Ulster University
  • Andrew White – Director of Wales, National Lottery Heritage Fund

13 September,
Online

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