Conference: Making History for a Successful City

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Saturday 16th April, Booking required

A one day conference that aims to inspire and challenge those engaged with caring for Sheffield’s heritage. Discussion, dialogue and debate are focused on exploring four themes:


How can we create a joined-up and purposeful response to the opportunities and challenges of these themes? How can we deliver an improved and well-communicated heritage offer that benefits Sheffield and the City Region?

Key note speakers are: Harry Bowell, Director of North, The National Trust and Paul Seddon Head of Planning and Regeneration, Nottingham City Council.

Sign up on the day for up to two workshops (morning and afternoon) exploring the conference themes.

Lunch and refreshments included in the ticket price.

Conference attendees will gain:

The conference is part of the Year of Making programme and is supported by the University of Sheffield and Sheffield Hallam University.


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For information email heritageconference2016@ or visit the facebook page

Posted on 27th February 2016

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