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Book your place today for the biggest event in the heritage calendar – The Heritage Alliance’s annual Heritage Day on 1st December 2016.
Heritage Day 2016 will be held in London's spectacular Grade-II* listed Freemason's Hall, built 1927–1932 as a memorial to the Freemasons who died in the First World War. Join our Chairman Loyd Grossman CBE, Lord Ashton of Hyde (DCMS Lords Minister),Dame Helen Ghosh, Director General of the National Trust and others to explore the challenges and opportunities facing the heritage sector.
There will also be a short Q and A with Lord Ashton of Hyde. If you have a question which you would like to ask please get in touch. The Heritage Alliance will collate questions in advance so that as many as possible can be answered. Only questions from those who have registered to attend Heritage Day will be submitted.
This popular event offers delegates the chance to meet a wide range of colleagues from across the sector, hear eminent speakers address the latest issues affecting the future of our heritage, while also offering the opportunity to take part in a lively Q&A Session.
The afternoon will also see the presentation of the Heritage Alliance's Ecclesiastical Heroes Awards.
THA Members £27, non-members £40 and students £10. Register by 27th November.
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Click here for more information about our Heritage Day and our annual Heritage Heroes Awards.
Heritage Day is kindly sponsored by Ecclesiastical Insurance Group.
Heritage Day Agenda
1.00-2.15pm Lunchtime Buffet Reception
2.15-4.15pm Afternoon session
- Loyd Grossman CBE, Chairman, The Heritage Alliance – Welcome and speech.
- Lord Ashton of Hyde, DCMS Lords Minister –Keynote speech followed by Q&A. Please submit questions in advance to email@example.com.
- Dame Helen Ghosh, Director General, The National Trust - The National Trust’s [Alliance member] work on making heritage feel more relevant to local communities and individuals. Followed by short Q&A.
- Roger Bowdler, Director of Listing, Historic England - Formal launch of Heritage Counts 2016.
- Mike Heyworth, Chair, Heritage 2020 Historic Environment Forum sub-committee – Update on Heritage 2020. Followed by short Q&A.
- Ecclesiastical’s Heritage Heroes Award presentation.
4:15- 5:00pm Tea/Coffee
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The Heritage Alliance
The Heritage Alliance
The Heritage Alliance unites over 100 independent heritage organisations in England, acting as a powerful,effective and independent advocate for the movement.
The Heritage Alliance is the biggest coalition of heritage interests in England. It brings together the independent heritage organisations,from the National Trust, Canal & River Trust and Historic Houses Association, to more specialist bodies representing visitors, owners, volunteers, professional practitioners,funders and educationalists.Between them, their 7 million volunteers,trustees,members and staff demonstate the strength and commitment of the independent heritage movement.