Invitation to Gotland University event from June 7th to June 11th Fungi and Beetles in Buildings on Islands of Baltic Sea
The week of the course is aimed at the preservation of wooden buildings and structures
on islands of the Baltic Sea region and in coastal regions trough improving the
awareness of local inhabitants and specialists about the damage caused by fungi and
beetles as well as the introduction of new environment-friendly and sustainable
For further details please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Gotland University. Baltic sea network event June 2011
Gotland University Application form
RSA debate: ‘Where will the Big Society happen?’
Click on the title to listen online to the debate from 28.1.11, which included discussion about whether historic churches are places where the ‘Big Society’ can meet.
We are looking for a volunteer to help with online communications for this new network:
Details about the creation of the network are included in other sections of this website, but as the majority of communication between members will be web-based we need to find effective ways of sharing information and promoting the network.
Tasks that have already been identified include:
- developing this WordPress website
- updating information and, as research is added, creating ways of making information accessible and searchable database
- assist with other web-based sharing of information e.g. blogs, group emails
- potentially design work e.g. a logo for the network
We are looking for someone with advanced computing skills, experience of developing websites and an interest in helping to promote this small heritage network. Any knowledge of European languages would be useful but not essential.
For further information or to arrange a time to discuss this role please email Lucy: email@example.com
The Ecclesiological Society annual Dykes Bower Memorial
lecture will be given by Loyd Grossman, on Tuesday 12 April 2011 at
6.30pm in central London, followed by a reception.
The title of the lecture is ‘Community, Culture and Conservation: the
work of the Churches Conservation Trust in the new decade’. Loyd
Grossman is Chairman of the Trust, and this is a particularly apposite
topic, given the government’s focus on creating a Big Society.
Details of how to book are on the website: www.ecclsoc.org.