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Re:Place - Reconnecting Arts and Planning Launch Event

Northern Heartlands

Tuesday, 3 September 2019 from 14:00 to 17:00 (BST)

Re:Place - Reconnecting Arts and Planning Launch Event

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Ticket Type Sales End Price Fee Quantity
Re:Place Network Launch
Reservation for Re:Place network launch only
30 Aug 2019 Free £0.00
Re:Place Network Launch plus Land of Promise performance
Special delegate rate for combined ticket for the Re:Place network launch and performance of Land of Promise (6.30 pm to 8.30 pm)
30 Aug 2019 £5.00 £0.00

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Re:Place is a new national network hosted by Northern Heartlands and the Town and Country Planning Association, bringing together the creative arts and planning in order to make better places for people.  This FREE event is open to all interested individuals and organisations.

Re:Place aims to reconnect the links between arts and planning to change the national conversation about how we create better places for people.

"A decent house with decent surroundings; that is the claim which I make of you in the name of art."

William Morris, 1884. Art and the Beauty of the Earth. 


Following the launch there will be an optional performance of  Land of Promise, an inspiring production by the TCPA journeying through three centuries of radical thought, writing and song about the connection between arts, social justice and the living environment.

6.30 to 8.30 pm.  Refreshments available from 5.30 pm.  Tickets cost £8 or £5 for Re:Place delegates.

Do you have questions about Re:Place - Reconnecting Arts and Planning Launch Event? Contact Northern Heartlands

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Durham Town Hall

DH1 3NJ Durham
United Kingdom

Tuesday, 3 September 2019 from 14:00 to 17:00 (BST)

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Northern Heartlands

One of sixteen Great Place Schemes in the UK funded by Heritage Lottery Fund and Arts Council England, Northern Heartlands use creativity, culture and heritage to work with communities, encourage a sense of place and enable those who live and work in that place to have the confidence and resources to be able to influence policy and decision-making.

Northern Heartlands is using a ‘cultural landscape’ approach, aiming to make people aware of how their landscape has been shaped by everything that has happened in the past, everything that is happening now and everything that might happen in the future.

Our Great Place is in County Durham and includes the catchment of two rivers – the Tees and the Wear – extending from their sources in the North Pennines to the lowland arc through which they flow.   The area includes the towns of Barnard Castle, Bishop Auckland, Shildon, Crook, Tow Law and Willington, all of which serve a hinterland of smaller towns and villages, isolated farms and wide expanses of open moorland.

The Great Place Scheme is a National Lottery-funded programme to ensure that investment in arts and culture also has the biggest possible impact on local economies, jobs, education, community cohesion and health and wellbeing.

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