April 20, 2016 at 2pm - 4:30pm

STP is joined by Global Treasure Apps, Historic Environment Scotland, Museums Galleries Scotland and more to highlight the possibilities for towns when they use their culture, history and heritage to reinvigorate and promote their place.

We'll highlight the opportunities, support and advice offered by our partners along with a case study from Queensferry Ambition (Business Improvement District) which has excelled in making the most of their heritage.  Take a look at Forth Bridges Festival 2015, led by Queensferry Ambition. 

14:00 Networking and Coffee

14:15 Welcome

Phil Prentice, Scotland’s Towns Partnership

14:25 History and Heritage

Pauline Megson, Historic Environment Scotland

14:45 Museums in Towns

Alison Turnbull, Museums Galleries Scotland

15:05 Funding your project

Zoe Clark, Heritage Lottery Fund

15:25 Creative Places

Suzanne Miller, Cultural Enterprise Office

15:45Culture, History and Heritage Digital Trail

Frances O’Neill, Global Treasure Apps

16:05 Case Study Example

Rev. David Cameron, Queensferry Ambition

16:20 Discussion

16:30 Close

 

This event is free for STP Members, who can RSVP below.

Tickets for non-members are £60, and can be purchased here.

WHEN
April 20, 2016 at 2pm - 4:30pm
WHERE
Edinburgh
CONTACT
Rebecca Mather · · 07833463352
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