Is England's Past for Everyone?
Learning and Outreach in the Historic Environment
2-3 October 2009, Armada House, Bristol
Join Baroness Andrews, Michael Wood and Dr Lucy Worsley for this two-day conference including presentations, panels and workshop sessions covering topics such as running successful outreach projects; identifying local funding partners; and working with schools.
Other speakers include Anthea Case, Heritage Link; Justin Champion, Royal Holloway; Jo Reilly, Heritage Lottery Fund; and Eloise Markwick, Coventry Heritage Environment Record.
This conference is a must for all those who value the opportunity to share ideas with colleagues, contribute to best practise debate and influence policy and decision makers in the sector. It is aimed at teachers and learning professionals, heritage organisations, museums, local authorities and those interested in setting up and running volunteer projects.
Supported by Heritage Lottery Fund, English Heritage and Council for British Archaeology ‘Is England’s Past for Everyone? Learning and Outreach in the Historic Environment’ marks the conclusion of the Victoria County History’s, England’s Past for Everyone project.
To find out more, and for booking details, visit www.EnglandsPastforEveryone.org.uk/conference