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May 2022

Victorian Society – Warner Textile Archive and Braintree Museum

18 May - 11:00 - 14:00
Braintree Museum, Manor Street
Braintree, CM7 3HW United Kingdom
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£35

Meet at Braintree Museum Warner & Sons was one of the foremost manufacturers of luxury textiles in the 19th century. The day begins with an introduction to the history of the company. We will continue onto a guided tour of the Archive housed on the site of the old Warner’s factory, which holds over 100,000 designs, samples, textiles and business papers.

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IHBC Mate Session

18 May - 14:00 - 17:00
£10

You are invited to attend an online IHBC Membership Application Training Event (MATE). This will last approximately 3 hours. This MATE will be led by Ramona Usher/Sean O'Reilly/Fiona Newton. How will the online MATE work? The format is similar to the familiar in person MATE, helping you to understand the IHBc Application process and how best to complete your application. The MATE will be delivered through GoToMeeting. Log in details will be provided closer to the event. GoTo Meeting is…

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Heritage Lincolnshire – Internal Design Ideas to Promote Accessibility

18 May - 14:00 - 15:30
£5

Join us, online, for an interesting talk on the subject of: Internal Design Ideas to Promote Accessibility, part of the Disability and Inclusion Series This session will focus on physical aspects of design, such as horizontal and vertical circulation, and how we can plan these to maximise accessibility. We will also look in more detail at general factors such as colour contrast, surface textures and lighting and the importance of considering every physical and sensory aspect of a design proposal.…

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TDR Heritage – Uncovering Historic Research

19 May - 10:00 - 12:30
£37.50

Have you started a heritage research project or would like to get one going? Discover our top tips for carrying out a successful research project and explore a wide range of online tools and how to use them. You will hear about case studies and have a chance to share your experiences.   This webinar session is split into two modules with a short break in between.   Module 1: Getting started on your local history research project Here we will…

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SPAB – An Introduction to Ornamental Lime Plastering

20 May - 21 May
Heritage Skills Centre, Coleshill Home Farm
Swindon, SN6 7PT United Kingdom
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£495

This course is ideal for people with plastering experience, and particularly working plasterers who are keen to expand their skill base. Working in a small group with experienced tutors, this two-day course will include a demonstration of making a running mould, and provide a practical introduction to running a cornice in-situ and forming external and internal mitres. There will also be instruction on casting and fixing enrichments as well as running fibrous plasterwork formed ‘on the bench’.  The tutors, Sean Wheatley, Keith Langton and Michal Wolf, are knowledgeable lime…

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TACS – Alton station restoration (Minton and Hollins geometric tiles) and surrounding area

21 May - 10:30 - 12:00
Stoke on Trent Stoke on Trent, Staffordshire United Kingdom + Google Map
£10

A chance to see the newly restored Alton station with its range of impressive Minton and Hollins tiles, owned by The Landmark Trust and recently conserved. The day will start with a demonstration of the tile making process at The Firing Line in Stoke on Trent. It’s a short car journey to Alton Station (please let us know if you need a lift), where we will hear from The Landmark Trust about the history of the station. We will have…

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HE – Technical Tuesday – Embodied carbon and the case against demolition

24 May - 13:00 - 14:00
Free

Simon Sturgis, an expert innovator and lateral thinker, produces guidance on carbon reduction for the RICS, RIBA, and UKGBC amongst others.  Join him in conversation with Morwenna Slade and Robyn Pender of the Climate Change Adaptation Team.

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IHBC Support Session – Complete the Affiliate Application Form

24 May - 15:00 - 16:00
Free

The IHBC is delighted to be able to highlight the opportunity for our valued Supporter members to access new, free guidance on making an application for our Affiliate membership as described HERE.   We are hosting two free 1-hour CPD-certified pilot webinars that offer accessible advice on how to easily and successfully complete Affiliate applications by demonstrating an ‘awareness’ level of built and historic environment conservation. There has been a high success rate of recent Affiliate applications and this session…

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PKHT – Phases of Build and Conservation at HES Stanley Mills

25 May - 12:30 - 13:30
£15

If you are looking to refresh your conservation knowledge or encounter historic buildings as part of your work portfolio, but have limited knowledge of the best conservation practice to employ when approaching a project involving traditional buildings, then this is the CPD programme for you. Traditional and historic buildings are an integral part of Perth and Kinross's built environment with many of its population centres, such as Perth, celebrated for their rich historic character. Whilst valued, historic buildings are often…

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Keymer – History of Clay CPD Webinar

25 May - 13:00 - 14:30
Free

The Keymer team led by Heritage Roof Experts; Christine Leadbeater and Nigel Dyer will uncover the roots of traditional heritage roofing and look at the considerations of modern challenges associated with heritage roofing and product selection. The RIBA approved CPD presentation will also highlight how designers can recognise potential issues and minimise the risk of damage associated with using heritage roof tiles. The online CPD presentation will cover the following topics to help enrich your learning: History – Why do we…

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