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Heritage Together
 
As part of our ongoing commitment to lead the way in bringing together everyone involved in UK Heritage and conservation, ProjectBook hosts ongoing ‘Heritage Together’ events. 
 
Where are they run?

ProjectBook events will be held in the following regions:
 
 North East
 North West
 South West
 South
 East Midlands
 East Anglia 
 
ProjectBook hosts two different types of events:
 

Social Events

These social events create a forum to share expertise, network, encourage collaboration, discuss sector issues and meet other like minded professionals working in the sector. Our informal events are held throughout the year at varying locations around the UK and are a relaxed way of meeting new business contacts. Our social events are open to:

- ProjectBook members and their guests
- Heritage organisations
- Invited guests working or involved in the heritage and conservation sector.


These social events are usually free to attend and can be found in the events section.

You can read the blog on one of our networking events in London here... 


Conferences
 
 
ProjectBook works in collaboration with other organisations to provide and support conferences that promote heritage issues and provide practical support for those working in the sector. These take on an official format with speakers exploring a variety of issues that the heritage sector faces.

These conferences provide an open forum for debate and discussion of relevant issues. Half or full day events are full of educational and stimulating presentations by leading heritage professionals and experts in the conference focus field.

Each conference varies in its focus dependant on its location and the needs of that area and are a perfect way to build CPD (Continuing Professional Development) and meet new contacts.

Conferences hosted or supported by ProjectBook will be advertised in the events section and publicised in our monthly newsletter
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