The SPAB Old House Show is an exciting new venture and an opportunity to connect with a discerning audience that really loves and appreciates old houses. Taking place over two days (Friday and Saturday), the show will be staged at the magnificent Old Royal Naval College, Greenwich, bringing together some of the finest professionals and craftspeople involved with old buildings today.
Unlike other shows, this event will feature a unique practical element, showcasing traditional building crafts through a programme of fascinating interactive demonstrations. In addition, expert-led homeowner seminars will complement the ‘hands-on’ strand of the show.
For more information about the show and to register to visit, please visit the SPAB’s website www.spab.org.uk/whats-on/events/old-house-show
From owners of old buildings to those working in the field seeking advice and solutions, our visitors will have a very pro-active interest in the products, services and knowledge offered by exhibitors.
We are expecting more than 2000 informed and interested visitors to join us at Greenwich this September – making the SPAB Old House Show a distinct and unmissable showcase for your skills, your product or your company.
The Society for the Protection of Ancient Buildings (SPAB) is Britain’s oldest conservation charity and has around 8,500 members.
Founded by William Morris in 1877 to combat destructive Victorian enthusiasm for restoration rather than repair, today SPAB continues to offer advice, education and expertise to building professionals and homeowners.
We also campaign against threats to historic buildings.