The combination of the all-day exhibition, demonstrations and keynote speeches running throughout the day make this an event not to be missed. The event will take place on Tuesday 16th November at the Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre, Westminster, London.
The Historic Buildings, Parks and Gardens Event, which has been running for over 35 years, is held in parallel with the Historic Houses Annual General Meeting. Free entry is available to everyone in the historic buildings, landscape conservation and heritage sectors. Visitors to the Event are owners, guardians, volunteers and professionals involved with historic buildings (private, commercial, industrial, Grade I listed buildings, cathedrals, churches, manor houses, windmills, historic town centres), parks, gardens and historic landscapes – their management staff and advisers.
The event is about the care, repair, conservation, maintenance, preservation and restoration of Historic Buildings including interiors, Historic Landscapes, Parks & Gardens.
The programme includes the all-day exhibition, keynote speeches and awards as well as live demonstrations and short talks by experts running throughout the day. Demonstrations cover practical skills, conservation techniques and products & services, including demos by the highly skilled carvers and conservators of The City & Guilds of London Art School, Historic Carving Department, working in both wood and stone.
The all-day exhibition consists of companies and organisations offering advice, solutions, guidance and support, as well as a wide and diverse range of products and services, ranging from traditional to cutting edge technology and across all areas of historic building and landscape conservation.
Registrations are open - click here for more information about the event.