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February 2022

Heritage Lincolnshire – Medieval Town Development (An Introduction)

10 February - 14:00 - 15:30
Free

Join us for an introduction to some typical elements of Medieval urban development highlighting some of the patterns to look out for and the lessons they can teach us about future resilience and sustainability. This talk is delivered by Heritage Lincolnshire as part of the Boston Townscape Heritage Project, funded by the National Lottery Heritage Fund and Boston Borough Council. This talk will be delivered by Andy Graham a Planning, Urban Design and Heritage Consultant specialising in managing change to…

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Yorkshire Branch – Traditional buildings workshop 4: Traditional plasters and renders

12 February - 10:30 - 15:00
Hall Farmhouse, Hall Farmhouse
Thornton Dale, Yorkshire YO18 7SA United Kingdom
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£35

North York Moors National Park, IHBC Yorkshire Branch and the Northern Craft Building Project are delighted to present this year’s series of traditional skills workshops. The day will involve a presentation on traditional renders and plasters, their importance in managing damp, common problems and concerns and means of repair and practical demonstrations. Lunch provided

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ESC – Understanding and Treatment of Damp in buildings – including a new methodology

14 February - 09:30 - 16:30
£245

This course covers the approach and practice in understanding dampness and moisture in buildings from a practical perspective, along with treatment. In summary it will: The differences between traditionally constructed buildings and newer buildings including the way they perform and should be treated. Ascertaining the age of a building and why its important Comparing and contrasting modern and traditional buildings Methods of inspection – issues to look out for Equipment and tools Moisture sources and how to ascertain Moisture movement…

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IHBC NI Branch – Archaeology: Adding Value to Development and Construction

15 February - 13:00 - 14:30

Part of Conservation in Common, a cross-disciplinary series of events for professionals working in the built heritage sector Talk hosted by the Chartered Institute for Archaeologists Archaeology is a necessary and positive element of many construction projects, and the successful management of archaeology as part of construction is integral to sustainable development. Based around the newly revised Construction Industry Research and Information Association (CIRIA) Archaeology and construction: good practice guidance, this CPD workshop will focus on the social, environmental and…

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STBA – Winter Webinar

16 February - 14:00 - 16:30

Session 1: National Retrofit Policy / Funding streams: Social Housing Decarbonisation Fund (SHDF) / Public Sector Decarbonisation Fund (PSDF) with Kate Duffy of the UK Government's Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy Plans for Retrofit Training: Trish Andrews (AECB) & Callum Harrison (Retrofit Academy) tbc Q&A Session 2: STBA 10 year review: Nigel Griffiths 10 year forecast: Peter Draper Q&A

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Heritage Lincolnshire – The Balance of Accessibility and Inclusion in Heritage Settings

17 February - 14:00 - 15:30
Free

We will discuss the positive outcomes of improving accessibility and inclusion within heritage setting, it is understood that good quality access can enhance our understanding of the historic environment and ensure its sustainability. The discussion will look at the challenges faced when constraints of regulation appear to impinge on the ability to alter physical barriers and how we can start to look more holistically at how these settings used and appreciated in order to improve accessibility, as well as using…

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Place Services – Hot Lime Workshop

18 February - 09:30 - 16:00
Cressing Temple Barns, Witham Rd
Cressing, Braintree CM77 8PD United Kingdom
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£105

It is well established that all traditionally constructed buildings need to be repaired using compatible lime mortars to avoid unnecessary decay and dampness, but it is less well understood that not all ‘lime’ mortars are the same and not all ‘lime’ mortars are compatible with traditional fabric. This one day course will examine the appropriate use of the whole range of lime mortars in the context of material science, actual built fabric and historic texts upon lime use and 12…

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The Natural Stone Show

22 February - 23 February
Excel London, Royal Victoria Dock, 1 Western Gateway
London, E16 1XL United Kingdom
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Free

Join stone industry leaders this February at a free, two-day digital event. Choose from more than 30 seminars and gain invaluable insights into the key developments that are shaping the industry's future. Discover the latest materials, technology and innovation from our sponsors. Invest in your business and be a part of the conversation. All delivered live and online.

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TDR Heritage – Digital Skills Workshop 1 – Planning and Filming

22 February - 10:30 - 15:30
The Punch Bowl Inn, Ludlow Road
Bridgnorth, Shropshire WV16 5NQ United Kingdom
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Free

Are you aged 16 - 24? Want to learn new digital skills? Can you help us make a social media advert? Join our digital skills expert for two free workshops to plan, film, and edit an ad using your mobile phone. Lunch provided £10 travel voucher During Workshop 1 you will learn how to plan and film. This is a full day workshop including lunch. During Workshop 2 you will learn how to edit film footage. This is a morning…

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Victorian Society – E.W. Pugin, by Roderick O’Donnell

22 February - 19:00 - 20:30

The eighteen year old Edward Welby Pugin succeeded to the practice of his father, A.W.N. Pugin in 1852. In the course of a short working life – just twenty-three years – he established himself as one of the best-known architects working for Roman Catholic patrons. He designed houses, schools, convents and monasteries as well as churches and cathedrals of great originality. A manic work ethic, financial problems, frequent public controversy, much litigation and even accusations of mental instability brought him…

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