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RECOVERY, SUSTAINABILITY, WELLBEING

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Drapers' Hall

Bayley Lane

Coventry

CV1 5RN

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Celebrating community heritage projects from all over the UK!

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Join Heritage Trust Network for our 2021 Conference in Coventry City of Culture and online. We're still recovering from the effects of the last year and we think you are too! So this year our speakers will focus on how we can develop our projects and approaches to heritage regeneration whilst thinking about our environmental impact, our people and our long term survival.

Our event will include four elements, an online day of talks, an in-person day of workshops, our annual conference dinner, and a day of tours with site visits. We’d love for you to join us for any and all parts of our conference, we’ll be delighted to see you via a screen or in-person.

In order to provide a fully engaged experience for all attendees, our online event will be 100% online, and our in-person events will be 100% in-person. You will be contacted before the event to select your workshop and tour choices.

We will be offering an Early Bird rate for the first three weeks of tickets sales, book now to avoid the price rise!

Day 1: Thursday 11th November 2021, Online via Zoom Meeting

9.30am Heritage Trust Network AGM

10.30am - 5pm Conference talks and networking hour

Day 2: Friday 19th November 2021, Draper's Hall Coventry

9.30am – 5pm Conference workshops and networking

7pm – Conference Dinner at Metropolis (ticket sales end 31st October)

Day 3: Saturday 20th November 2021, Coventry City Centre

10am – Morning walking tours and building visits (2 hrs)

1.30pm – Afternoon walking tours and building visits (2 hrs)

Find out more, view our refund policy and see the programme here.

If you are currently unemployed or the ticket price is prohibitive for you, please get in touch to discuss the availability of free tickets: sarah.pearce@heritagetrustnetwork.org.uk.

If you need financial help to attend our conference this year (ie. if you are a student, currently unemployed or in the early stages of your career and need help with travel/accommodation) please get in touch to access a support bursary generously provided by Buttress Architects (typically up to £100).

For the in-person elements, attendees must abide by the venue and government Covid-safety guidelines at the time of the event.

Attend both the HTN and Locality Conferences and receive a 10% discount, use the code: FRIEND10

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This event forms part of the Heritage Trust Network’s project: Unlocking the Power of Communities, part funded by the National Lottery Heritage Fund. Thank you to National Lottery players for supporting community and heritage good causes.

Sign up to hear more about the programme at www.heritagetrustnetwork.org.uk/about-us/open-high-streets

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Drapers' Hall

Bayley Lane

Coventry

CV1 5RN

United Kingdom

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Refund policy

Refunds up to 7 days before event

Eventbrite's fee is nonrefundable.

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Organiser of RECOVERY, SUSTAINABILITY, WELLBEING

The Heritage Trust Network is a membership organisation run by people who have delivered successful heritage projects against all odds. We operate throughout the United Kingdom, drawing together and supporting the work of local heritage charities, community organisations and social enterprises.

We provide an invaluable platform for members for knowledge sharing, peer to peer support and skills development. Our guidance helps groups throughout the lifetime of their project, from startup to managing their restored site. Heritage Trust Network also gives this extraordinary grassroots movement a united voice, representing their views to government and funding bodies.

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