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  • Heritage Trust Network 2017 Conference

    Created: 28/09/2017

    The Heritage Trust Network [HNT] (formerly the Association of Preservation Trusts) annual conference is the best opportunity to network with and learn from individuals and organisations involved in projects to regenerate historic buildings for the benefit of their communities. If you are involved with a historic building in Fife, this is a great chance to meet other organisations and compare notes. Major funders such as Historic Environment Scotland and the Heritage Lottery Fund will be represented, and the HTN will be launching its new interactive toolkit of materials to help you through the process of successfully regenerating a historic building for a sustainable new use. There is no need to be an existing HTN member - although it is cheaper if you are! Membership also brings access to support from the Scottish branch - run by a small committee including Fife Historic Buildings Trust.

    This years conference is being held on the 03 and 04 October from 9.00am-5.00pm at the Guildhall, Alfred Gelder Street, Hull, HU1 2AA. They hope to see you there!

    If you're interested in attending then please contact Vicki Cox by e-mail at [email protected].

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