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Pilot training workshop held in Camden: How to Develop & Deliver a Heritage Fund Project
Alice Yates tells us about the first workshop for ‘the Camden 4’ – a group of churches whose buildings are on the Heritage at Risk Register.
Camden 4 Pilot: resilience and engagement
Workshop 1: How to Develop & Deliver a Heritage Fund Project
On a cold January morning, St Mary the Virgin, Eversholt Street, hosted a training workshop – ‘How to Develop & Deliver a Heritage Fund Project’. Delivered by the London Historic Buildings Trust, primarily for PCC members and volunteers associated with the four churches within the ‘Camden 4 cluster’, it was also open to parishes across the Diocese. A group of 30 gathered to learn from the experience of the two speakers, Dr Alix Slater and Hannah Southgate, as they start to consider their own capital projects. The workshop forms part of the Camden 4 Pilot Project which was awarded a grant of £70,735 from the National Lottery Heritage Fund, towards total project costs of £85,735. The project brings together four closely linked parishes in a joint initiative to consult local communities and to develop sustainable futures for each of their buildings.
To view the slides from the training workshop please click here.
To gauge demand, anyone interested in attending a workshop of this kind in the future is invited to email me: firstname.lastname@example.org
Alice Yates is the Camden 4 Project Organiser and a LDF Parish Property Support Consultant.