Please find below details of upcoming Exhibitions & Conferences, whether you are an exhibitor or visitor we have all the information you need to plan your exhibition space or visit.
The Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre, Broad Sanctuary, Westminster London SW1P 3EE
Tuesday 12 November 2019 9.00am – 5.00pm
The Historic Buildings, Parks and Gardens Event, which has been running for over 35 years is held in parallel with the Historic Houses Annual General Meeting. Visitors to the Event are owners and guardians of historic buildings (private, commercial, industrial, Grade I listed buildings, cathedrals, churches, manor houses, windmills, historic town centres), parks and gardens – their management staff, their advisers and a range of professionals. The Event creates a unique and unrivalled promotional opportunity for companies offering products and services involved in the care, repair and conservation of historic buildings, and their surrounding landscapes.
The Queen’s College Oxford
Friday 6th – Sunday 8th September 2019
The programme comprises of 2 full days with lectures, site tours, the Gardens Trust AGM, a Conference dinner and New Research Symposium.
This annual, conference run by the Gardens Trust, attracts delegates from across the heritage and landscape sector, with County Gardens Trusts right at its heart.
Delegates will be key personnel from, County Gardens Trusts, the IHBC, Amenity Societies, Building Preservation Trusts, Landscape Practices, Heritage Lottery Fund, Heritage Open Days, National Trust, Historic Houses Association, the Arts Society, Garden Museum, Historic England, English Heritage, CPRE, Natural England, local authority planning departments, local authority Historic Environment Records.
Liverpool Medical Institution, Liverpool
Thursday 10th October 2019
“Improving Accessibility – Overcoming the Barrier to Heritage”
Heritage plays a key part in how we define our identity and, at a time of great debate over ideas of local and national identity, making heritage assets more accessible to a broader range of people is of great importance. Improving access to heritage can help promote a stronger sense of belonging and understanding of a place as well as stimulating wider public benefits such as improved health, wellbeing and job creation. Informed management of heritage assets can help to sustain and enhance those assets so that they become better used and valued both now and in the future.