It is with great pleasure that we invite our members to attend a presentation of the higher level students’ final year research on Thursday 5th July, starting at 9am at Marsh Farm Hotel, Royal Wootton Bassett, SN4 8ER.
The presentations are wide and varied and aim to provide valuable research and information for the local council sector. They should prove to be useful to all practising clerks. Examples of the topics covered are:
• Stress in the workplace,
• The benefits of rights of way,
• Council responsibility for trees,
• Qualifications as a way of improving a council’s performance,
• Innovation using the general power of competence
• The work of a professional body.
Refreshments are provided free of charge with the option of purchasing lunch on the day.
We hope that you will be able to attend.
How To Look After Your Listed Building
18th & 19th October 2018, 10am - 4pm, Brackley Town Hall (newly restored!)
A FREE two day course for those in the public sector with a responsibility for listed and historic buildings
Do you look after a historic building? Perhaps a Victorian library, or Georgian Town Hall, is your museum based in an old manor house, does your charity run from a historic office? Would you like to know more about: Listed Buildings, how to avoid costly repairs, maintenance, conservation management, funding, support and lots more?
An expert panel will guide you through the two day course and will be on hand to answer any of your questions. This course is free thanks to the support of the Heritage Lottery Fund.