Hall-McCartney are delighted to be involved in the following new projects!
Liverpool Medical Institute, 114 Mount Pleasant, Liverpool L35 SR
Thursday 10th October 2019 9.30am – 5pm
We are thrilled to announce that Hall-McCartney Ltd now have stands available for the IHBC 2019 conference focusing on “Improving Accessibility – Overcoming the Barriers to Heritage” we will also offer a service to distribute a loose insert/ brochure in a Special Conservation Portfolio which is given to all delegates attending on the day.
The Queen’s College Oxford
Friday 6th – Sunday 8th September 2019
We are pleased to be involved with The Gardens Trust offering the opportunity for literature distribution to key influential professionals involved in preserving, maintaining, restoring and promoting the country’s garden heritage.
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.
We are delighted to announce that as well as membership administration and publishing ‘The High Sheriff’ we will also be managing The High Sheriffs Association’s website.
The website will be updated with content from the High Sheriffs with exciting news during their year of office plus important dates for the diary and members looking to buy/sell uniforms and regalia.
Take a look on highsheriffs.com
We are pleased to be involved with The Gardens Trust selling advertising space and literature distribution for their newsletter.
The Gardens Trust, as the statutory consultee in England for registered parks and gardens, plays a key conservation role, and more widely supports the County and Country Gardens Trusts in protecting and conserving our landscape heritage. The Gardens Trust was formed in 2015 from the merger of the Garden History Society (GHS) and the Association of Gardens Trusts (AGT).
Advertisers will be reaching key influential professionals involved in preserving, maintaining, restoring and promoting the country’s garden heritage, plus a wide variety of individuals ranging from Landscape Architects and Head Gardeners, Head of Parks Services & Park Managers to Local Authority Conservation Departments and Owners of Private Gardens, garden lovers and gardeners