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Rendered Invisible: Telling LGBTQ Stories from the UK's Built Heritage

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Join us to bust myths, discover our speakers' case studies from Scotland, Northern Ireland, Wales and England and much more!

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The Heritage Trust Network wants to help its members and the wider heritage sector to embrace the real communities around them, to bust myths and to help them overcome any fears of using the wrong terminology.

This event features case studies and lived experiences from our speakers who will be joining us from Scotland, Northern Ireland, Wales and England.

Speakers:

  • Norena Shopland - Author and historian
  • Greg Pickup – CEO, Heritage Lincolnshire
  • Alice Ullathorne – Heritage Strategy Officer, Nottingham City Council
  • Eve Boyle - Communities Liaison Manager, Historic Environment Scotland
  • Kristopher Reid - PhD Candidate, Ulster University
  • Andrew White - Director of Wales, National Lottery Heritage Fund

This event has been organised in partnership with Make Your Mark and is funded by the National Lottery Heritage Fund through the Network's Unlocking the Power of Communities programme.

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The Heritage Trust Network (previously UKAPT) 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 groups, whether constituted as building preservation trusts, community trusts or social enterprises.

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

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