Events in Scotland – October & November 2014

During October – November 2014 the following events will be held across Scotland which may be of interest to Landscape Institute Scotland Members:

SCOTTISH CIVIC TRUST CONFERENCE

Wednesday, 29th Oct 2014

Feeling Good: Wellbeing & the Built Environment Conference
Maryhill Burgh Halls, Glasgow

The health and wellbeing of a population is a key focus for any government and the Scottish Government recognises that the built environment has a significant impact on the health of Scotland’s people.

When discussing public health, architecture and place may not be the first thing that springs to mind. Yet buildings and spaces play an inescapable role in shaping the quality of our lives; they determine what people do and where and how they move around, they have the power to restore and promote civic pride, community resilience, mental and physical health and be a source of happiness.

More details and booking HERE

 

RESOURCING SCOTLAND’S HERITAGE

Friday, 31st Oct 2014

Make it Happen
9.15am-5.30pm at Rothes Halls, Rothes Square, Glenrothes, Fife KY7 5NX, £20

This one-day course will raise awareness of the various funding sources available to heritage organisations and projects. It will help you target the private sources of funding best suited to the work you want to do and outline the best practice methods of approach.

The event covers:

– Individual Giving
– Developing your Case for Support
– The Seven Steps of Giving
– Making the Ask
– How to say ‘Thank you’
– A look at resources, tools and techniques

Time will be taken to share experiences and concerns and discuss possible solutions within facilitated networking sessions.

More details and booking HERE

 

SCOTLAND’S COMMUNITY HERITAGE CONFERENCE

Saturday, 8th – Sunday, 9th November 2014

Crieff Hydro Hotel

Booking is now open for the 2014 Scotland’s Community Heritage Conference. This year there are papers based on cinemas, chapels and carrots (well allotments!) – Something for everyone’s interest! The emphasis is on community groups showcasing their work to research, record and promote heritage sites throughout Scotland.

More details and booking HERE

 

Find out more about the work of the Built Environment Forum Scotland HERE

 

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