“Renovation. Repair and Reuse of Historic Buildings” Conference at Bluetown, Sheerness – Sat 7 Oct 2017

Posted on Wednesday, July 5th, 2017 and is filed under KAS News.

KAS Historic Buildings Conference  – Saturday 7th October 2017 

BLUE TOWN HERITAGE CENTRE            69 High Street, Blue Town, Sheerness   ME12  1RW 

RENOVATION, REPAIR AND REUSE OF HISTORIC BUILDINGS

MORNING

9.30       Centre Opens   (Tea and coffee available)

10.00     WELCOME     Debbie Goacher  (Chairman, K.A.S. Historic Buildings Committee)

10.05     Stuart Page  (Stuart Page Architect & Interior Designers):
             ‘Architecture, Archaeology and Reuse’

11.00     Andrew Linklater  (Canterbury Archaeological Trust):
             ‘The Use and Misuse of Medieval Timber Buildings; their adaptation to modern life’

12.00     Oliver Leigh-Wood  (Spitalfields Trust):
           ‘The Spitalfields Trust Story; 40 years of fighting to give historic buildings a future’ 

1.00 – 2.00            LUNCH    (Pre-booked, or own arrangements)

AFTERNOON

2.00       Debbie Goacher  (Kent Archaeological Society)
            ‘Renovation, Repair and Reuse in a Grade II* Listed Domestic Building in Maidstone’

2.20      William Palin   (Sheerness Dockyard Preservation Trust)
             ‘The Saving of Dockyard Church, Sheerness’

2.50        Nick Ford   (London Association of Master Decorators)
              ‘A brief history of graining and marbling’  (Demonstration)

3.20       Jenny Hurkett  (Blue Town Heritage Centre)
             ‘The Criterion, Blue Town’

3.50   CLOSING REMARKS   Debbie Goacher

 4.00   CONFERENCE FINISHES

Conference charge £12, buffet lunch available if pre-booked for £8.

More information about the subjects and speakers and a booking form to download.

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