Our heritage regeneration workshop in Llandudno, North Wales went well, with almost 40 attendees joining us at Mostyn Art Gallery. Here are the materials from the day and a selection of photographs.

BRICK programme update

Biljana Savic, director of the BRICK programme, shares what BRICK has achieved and how we can support your project.

Enhancing heritage and securing financial viability through innovative design

Niall Philips, Purcell architects’ Head of Design and Regeneration, explains how to secure a sustainable future for our built heritage through innovative design, and why creativity can increase revenue.

Communicating your project, attracting new audiences

Bet Davies, one of the trustees at Prince’s Regeneration Trust and an expert in communications, shares her advice on the best way to share your message with a wider audience.

Top tips for marketing your attraction to visitors

Helen and Andrew Palme both directors at Palmer Squared, have a wealth of marketing experience in promoting visitor attractions. They shared their top tips.

Making holiday accommodation work

Laura Norris, Deputy Operations Director at The Prince’s Regeneration Trust and former director at Vivat Trust explained how holiday accommodation can bring revenue to heritage sites.

Involving volunteers

Jo McGreal, Volunteering and Community Involvement Consultant, National Trust and Robin Moor, Volunteer, Bodnant Gardens share their invaluable experience of recruiting and managing project volunteers.

CASE STUDY: Gwrych Castle, North Wales

Jake Basford, Media Coordinator and Fundraiser & Mark Baker, Chair of Gwrych Castle Preservation Trust share their experiences of manaing and fundraising for Gwrych Castle in Wales.

CASE STUDY: Brymbo Ironworks, Wrexham

Gary Brown, Heritage Officer at Brymbo Heritage Group and BRICK mentee, discusses the progress that has been made at Brymbo Heritage Site and the lessons learnt by his team.

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