BBC presenter Dr Jonathan Foyle will speak at a heritage conference in March.
The Heritage Works for Lincolnshire Conference will take place at Doddington Hall near Lincoln on 27th March 2019.
The keynote speaker is Dr Jonathan Foyle, BBC presenter of Climbing Great Buildings, and the conference will look at heritage in its widest sense.
Speakers will cover the natural coast, the Mayflower 400 anniversary, the economic impact of investing in heritage and the Discover England Funding.
A light lunch will be provided thanks to support from Business Lincolnshire and Claire Birch has kindly offered tours of Doddington Hall at the end of the event.
Attendance is free of charge but space is limited so early booking is recommended. Only two places per company will be offered. To qualify for this funded support your business must be a small to medium enterprise (SME) based in Greater Lincolnshire - no support intermediaries or public bodies.
09:30 Registration, Refreshments, Networking and Leaflet Swap
10:00 Welcome and introduction
Chris Baron, Resort Director, Skegness Butlins Resort and Board Director, Greater Lincolnshire LEP
10:05 Natural Coast: Forgotten Lincolnshire Asset
Mary Powell, Tourism Development Manager, Lincolnshire County Council
10:15 Digital Marketing Essentials – Tools to Attract New and Repeat Customers
10:45 Heritage is a Driver not a Drain on the Economy
Alix Slater, Museum, Heritage and Arts Sector Consultant
11:15 Discover England Fund Update
Lydia Rusling, Head of Visit Lincoln, Visit Lincoln Partnership
11:45 Mayflower 400 Celebrations: Preparing for US Visitors
Emma Tatlow, US Connections Project Manager, Destination Plymouth
12:00 Keynote – Making the Journey: Lincolnshire’s Outstanding Historic Places
Dr Jonathan Foyle, Architectural Historian, Author and Broadcaster
12:45 Closing Remarks
13:00 Lunch and networking