Below are the resources from the 16th Brick Workshop in Swindon and a selection of photographs from the day.

Welcome and introduction – about PRT and BRICK

Biljana Savic of The Prince’s Regeneration Trust presents an overview of the Prince’s Regeneration Trust. Biljana Savic, Director of the BRICK Programme, shares what BRICK has achieved so far and what is still to come.

Governance of heritage regeneration projects

Laura Norris, Deputy Director of Operations, PRT talks about the common issues and ways of addressing them when you are planning the governance of your heritage regeneration project.

Engaging the wider community – why and how

Biljana Savic, PRT on effective community engagement for community heritage regeneration projects.

Community rights – an overview

Katie Lee, Team Leader of Community Assets, Economic Development and Alternative Finance, Department for Communities and Local Government on the role of central government an enabler: helping people to do more to help themselves.

Conservation – hassle or what?

Andrew Shepherd,  an architect specialising in conservation, providing guidance on common conservation issues.

Fundraising from private sources

Jeri Smith-Cronin, Fundraising Executive, discusses the different ways that community groups can raise funds for their projects.

Innovative income generation solutions

Niall Phillips, Head of Design and Regeneration, Purcell on innovative funding for your heritage regeneration projects.

Defining and demonstrating social impact

Robyn Wilford, Head of Business Development, Triangle Consulting Social Enterprise on defining and demonstrating social impact.

CASE STUDY: The Mechanics’ Institution Trust, Swindon

Daniel Rose, Chair, The Mechanics’ Institution Trust on The Mechanics’ Institution Trust in Swindon.

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