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The North West (NW) Branch of the IHBC has put together a comprehensive programme for its 2019 annual conference – ‘Improving Accessibility – Overcoming the Barriers to Heritage’ – in Liverpool on 10 October, ‘on how to successfully overcome the accessibility barriers that can exclude groups from… historic buildings or sites or participating in heritage’. Book now to ensure your place!
Hear from speakers on a wide range of interrelated themes, focussing on how to successfully overcome the accessibility barriers that can exclude groups from enjoying and experiencing historic buildings or sites or participating in heritage activities.
- Tony Barton, Donald Insall Associates – Chester: Access for all in a historic city
- Gehan Selim – Navigating conflict in presenting the history of segregated Derry
- Amy Carney and Caroline Schofield, National Trust – Look, touch and feel; the future of the National Trust
- Matthew Faber, Historic England – Opening the doors of perception; the key to digital heritage
Liz Stewart, Museums Liverpool – Galkoff’s: Increasing Access to Built and Intangible Heritage
Join the afternoon tours:
- Victoria Gallery & Museum
- Liverpool Waterfront
- Liverpool Metropolitan Cathedral.
For more information see the NewsBlog below and visit heritageaccess.ihbc.org.uk