Tyne and Wear Heritage Forum’s Conference 2016

Dear CBA North Members,

I hope you’re well. I just wanted to drop you a quick email about our next event – the Tyne & Wear Heritage Forum’s Conference taking place on the 23rd January 2016 at the Biscuit Factory, Newcastle. Please see the attached flyer for details at TWHF Conference 23.01.2016.

We have some fantastic speakers confirmed including:
·         John Grundy, Architectural Historian & Broadcaster
·         Adam Hart-Davis, Freelance Writer, Lecturer & TV Presenter
·         Martin Hulse, Tyne & Wear Building Preservation Trust
·         Remy Zac, Founder & Owner of The Biscuit Factory

We’ll also be offering practical workshops offering advice and support in the following areas:
·         Working with volunteers
·         Community engagement
·         Funding & match funding
·         Dealing with authorities
·         Heritage skills
·         Interpretation & communicating

You can read more about the conference and the Tyne & Wear Heritage Forum at http://www.twhf.co.uk.

If you are interested in attending you can register your place by calling the event office on 0191 241 4523. The cost for attending is £25 and this gets you access to all the sessions & workshops, the exhibition, a special industrial art exhibition, refreshments and lunch.

I very much hope to see you at the conference and if you have any questions or require any further information please don’t hesitate to get in touch.

Kind regards,


Imogen Cothill
Tyne & Wear Heritage Conference
DD: +44 (0)191 245 4526
Tel: +44 (0)191 241 4523
Conference Website: http://www.twhf.co.uk

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