Evening of free talks for land managers and volunteers
Free places are available for people who would like to learn more about the management of heritage sites in Norfolk and Suffolk. The Norfolk Monuments Management Project, a partnership involving Norfolk County Council, is holding an evening of talks on 23 October 2014 at High Lodge.
The evening event will be a chance to learn more about the work of the project and its partners. It will appeal to land managers, existing project volunteers and anyone with an interest in heritage conservation.
The event will be a chance to meet people involved with the project. Talks will cover the work of English Heritage, Scheduled Monuments and their management, the positive impact of volunteer condition monitoring and upcoming opportunities for getting involved in Norfolk and Suffolk’s heritage. Speakers will include Will Fletcher (English Heritage), Emma Rawlinson (Forestry Commission), Rachael Abraham (Suffolk County Council), Nick Dickson (Breaking New Ground Landscape Partnership) and Sam Neal (Norfolk County Council).
The event is being held at Oak Lodge at High Lodge Visitors Centre, Santon Downham (courtesy of the Forestry Commission) between 7pm and 9pm. There will be a refreshment break and displays.
As numbers will be limited, booking is required. Call 01362 869291 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to secure a place. Further details will be provided by email after booking.
For more information about the Norfolk Monuments Management Project please visit: http://www.heritage.norfolk.gov.uk/monuments-management