Warwickshire County Council in partnership with Tame Valley Wetlands is to hold a series of heritage training workshops over the next few months.
The events are being organised by the County Council’s Historic Environment Record Team and are entirely free to attend. The workshops will help local communities understand and be able to advocate for the heritage and historic environment in their area.
The series of workshops kicks off on 31 January at The Old Market Hall, Coleshill with an event entitled ‘Identifying, understanding and valuing heritage’. The workshop will seek to:
- Explain the concepts of ‘historic environment’ and why it is important to local community, environment, and economy.
- Provide guidance on how to obtain and develop an historic environment ‘evidence base’.
- Provide instruction on how to identify and record the character of locally distinctive urban and rural areas.
Following this, there will be further events held throughout February and March on various different aspects of heritage and the environment.
Councillor Jeff Clarke, Portfolio Holder for Transport and Environment said:
“These workshops are a great way for residents to learn more about their area and how best to protect important parts of Warwickshire’s heritage.
“They’re entirely free for residents to attend and will enable you to get involved in looking after our fantastic county for generations to come”
For more information contact firstname.lastname@example.org
To book please visit https://tamevalleywetlands.eventbrite.co.uk/