Climate Change and Historic Places

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Kellogg College, Oxford University [Alliance member] and the Historic Towns Forum are hosting two webinars exploring how climate change and historic places interact, as well as the new charter Heritage Declares. They will ask if the sector is doing enough to promote the sustainability of reuse, how …

AIM – Hallmarks at Home Lecture Series 2021

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AIM [Heritage member] are pleased to announce the first Hallmarks at Home webinars of 2021, covering a range of brand new topics. The topics are as follows: Tackling inequalities – 11am Tuesday 5 January – this workshop supports AIM’s new Tackling Inequalities Hallmark and looks at how …

The Big Christmas Carol Service

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The Churches Conservation Trust [Alliance member], in association with the Royal School of Church Music, is excited to present “The Big Christmas Carol Service” with a very special introduction from their President, HRH the Prince of Wales. Recorded in the beautiful All Saints’ church, Cambridge, …

Thames Historic Places Lectures

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Nine Historic Places, linked by the Thames, have joined together to celebrate their landscape, history and luminaries. Marble Hill House has joined with Pope’s Grotto, Hogarth’s House, Turners House, Chiswick House, Strawberry Hill, Boston Manor, Orleans Gallery, Ham House to present a series of lectures, which will …

Upcoming Heritage Dialogue: ‘Heritage in Quarantine’

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The next Heritage Dialogue is entitled ‘Heritage in Quarantine: The wellbeing benefits of heritage during Covid-19’ and will explore how the heritage sector was able to deliver wellbeing benefits during the Coronavirus pandemic, despite tight restrictions. The Dialogue aims to showcase good practice as well as provide …

Heritage Debate 2019: Reaching For Net Zero?

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This year’s Heritage Debate will be centred around the challenge: “Reaching for Net Zero?”. It will focus on the relationship between heritage and the environment and how we can respond to the existing climate change threats. Participants will hopefully leave with a sense of the challenges the sector …

Book Your Place at Heritage Day 2019

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Booking will soon be open for the biggest event in the heritage calendar – The Heritage Alliance’s annual Heritage Day on 27th November. Heritage Day 2019 will be held at the incredible Tower of London. Join our Chairman Peter Ainsworth, the Minister for Arts, Heritage and Tourism Helen …

Tourism Sector Deal Conference

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VisitBritain is holding a conference following the Government’s announcement of a Tourism Sector Deal in June. Key speakers from the industry and government will be discussing the major themes of the Tourism Sector deal, including: the tourism data hub, accessibility, business visits and events and …

Seminar on the future for arts and culture in England

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The future for arts and culture in England – funding, participation and Arts Council England’s new 10-year strategy seminar will feature a keynote address from Emma Squire, Director, Arts, Heritage and Tourism, DCMS. Discussions will surround future funding, improving participation and engagement in arts and …

COTAC 60th Anniversary Conference

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To celebrate its 60th birthday, the Conference on Training in Architectural Conservation (COTAC) [Alliance Member] has organized a conference to be held jointly with Historic Environment Scotland on the 6th and 7th November 2019. The programme will be aimed at building upon COTAC’s role so …

International Charity Fraud Awareness Week 2019

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Between the 21st and 25th October, International Charity Fraud Awareness Week will encourage charities to have conversations about fraud and share the best practices to avoid it. The campaign is being led by a coalition of over 40 charities, regulators, law enforcers. Representative bodies and …

The Georgian Group – talk from Professor Richard Guy Wilson

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Professor Richard Guy Wilson, architectural historian and Commonwealth Professor in Architectural History at the University of Virginia is giving a talk organised by Frederick Hervey-Bathurst from the Georgian Group [Alliance Member]. Taking place at Frederick’s home near Stockbridge in Hampshire, the talk will be in …