Saturday 17 November 9.30am – 4pm 

Seaton Holme, Easington Village COUNTY DURHAM        

Do you live in or own a pre 1919 house?

Would you like to learn how to recognise and resolve issues within your building?

Want an opportunity to ask the experts?

 

Join the Heritage Skills Initiative for this FREE day long event which will look at the importance of the character of an historic area, understanding how your building works, common problems that can be found in old buildings and debunk common myths about how to resolve these.

Led by Alan Gardner, SPAB Lethaby Scholar and conservation accredited building surveyor, with conservation architect James Innerdale and local conservation officers, this event is an excellent way of learning more about how your old building works and equipping you to maintain your home. The day is very relaxed, with plenty of opportunities to ask questions and talk over any issues specific to your own house.

To book or for more information please email skills@nect.org.uk or call 0191 232 9279

Kind Regards,

Kate McAleer

Projects Assistant

North of England Civic Trust

kate.mcaleer@nect.org.uk

www.nect.org.uk

m: 07557 399239

The Trust is a company registered in England, number 1654806, and a registered charity.