Historic Buildings – Conservation in Action, talk at Kingston University
PUBLISHED: 11:08 21 March 2011 | UPDATED: 19:01 20 February 2013
Across the country our legacy of old buildings is under threat: what can be done to save it? Join the Environment Trust for a special evening at Kingston University on Wednesday March 23 to find out
Across the country our legacy of old buildings is under threat: what can be done to save it?
Join the Environment Trust for a special evening at Kingston University on Wednesday March 23 to hear from national experts about the dramas and triumphs of building conservation, and find out how you can get involved.
The event will be chaired by Sir Donald Insall, renowned architect and patron of the Environment Trust, and features the speakers:
- Peter Inskip and Raymond Davies, on the rescue of Strawberry Hill
- Nigel Barker from English Heritage, on the fight to save Londons buildings at risk
- Rory Cullen and Elizabeth Long of the National Trust, on the Trusts remarkable craft apprenticeships
Venue: Kingston University, Penrhyn Road, Kingston upon Thames
When: Wednesday March 23, 6.30pm (reception and exhibition) for 7.30pm (talks)
Tickets (including wine and canaps): Environment Trust members, 15; students, 10; others 20.
Contact: email@example.com or call 0208 891 5455
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