Our BRICK workshop in Brymbo, Wrexham covered wide-ranging topics including governance, project management, procurement and how to make a successful HLF application. You can find out more about these topics by clicking on the links to all the presentations featured below.

Welcome and introduction: About PRT / BRICK

An introduction to the BRICK Education programme and PRT. An outline of the support available to those working on built heritage projects.

A Beginner’s Guide to Governance

Good Governance is important for highlighting to external parties that a community heritage group can be trusted to deliver project goals. Laura Norris, PRT, delivers ‘Governance: The ongoing challenges’.

Fit For Funding

Presentation on how community groups should prepare their organisations in order to make a successful application for funding from the Heritage Lottery Fund.

The Stages of a Heritage Project: an Introduction to Managing a Project

Project management for Built Heritage led by Tiva Montalbano, Heritage Director at PRT.

Case Study: Underfall Boatyard

Nicola Dyer, Heritage Director, PRT reflects on the successes of the Underfall Boatyard project in Bristol.

Pleasures and Pitfalls of Procurement

The Pleasures and Pitfalls of Procurement led by Neil Richardson, DCA Consultants.

Case Study: Cardigan Castle

Sue Lewis and Jann Tucker from the Cadwgan Building Preservation Trust outline the Cardigan Castle regeneration project.