Speaking up for the Past
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Speaking up for the Past

Speaking up for the Past

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Altrincham Town Hall

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Altrincham, United Kingdom

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In the current economic climate of heritage funding cuts and cuts to local authority archaeological and conservation services, historic industrial sites, buildings and collections are more at risk than they have been for a long time. This conference is designed to help make decisions to adapt to these challenges and find new ways to preserve the past and hereby inform the future. Organised jointly by the South Trafford Archaeological Group and the CBA North West Industrial Archaeology Panel as: 

                                                   Industrial Archaeology North West Conference 36

                                                                               PROGRAMME

10.00 –10.15: Arrive and registration (Tea & Coffee available)

10.15 –10.20: Welcome - Mike Nevell, Chairman of CBA NW

10.20 –10.50: Gary Hart – Houses of Parliament, Outreach Service

10.50 –11.20: Karl Creaser – Heritage at Risk Survey, Historic England, North West

11.20 –11.50: Rebecca Mason – Saving the Past, Heritage Lottery Fund NW

11.50 –12.00: Comfort Break

12.00 –12.30: Norman Redhead – Archaeology and Planning, Assocn. of Local Government Archaeological Officers 

12.30 – 13.00: Ian Miller – Developer-funded Excavations, Salford Archaeology

13.00 – 14.00: Lunch

14.00 – 14.30: Lynsey Jones – Manchester Museum

14.30 – 15.00: Rob Lennox, CBA - Local plans and why they matter to the future of industrial archaeology

15.00 - 15.30: Shane Kelleher: Supporting Industrial Heritage Groups, Ironbridge Gorge Museum Trust

15.30 - 16.00: Andrea Grimshaw – Using Social Media, Dig, Discover, Enjoy

 16.00 - 16.30: Final questions, feedback and summing up


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