Speakers confirmed for ‘What has heritage ever done for us?’

We are delighted to confirm our speakers for ‘What has heritage ever done for us?:
Community visions for the future of York’s heritage’
on 20th June 2015. It’s a fantastic list – all people who will share their visions for the future of York’s heritage and help open up a wider debate.

Then and Now image of Little Black Street, removed to create Duncombe Place and a clear view of the Minister. Image created by Richard and Lianne Brigham, York Past and Present.

Then and Now image of Little Black Street, removed to create Duncombe Place and a clear view of the Minister. Image created by Richard and Lianne Brigham, York Past and Present.

Book free tickets.

City of York Council Leader, Chris Steward

Cllr and Chair, City of York Council Learning & Culture Overview & Scrutiny Committee, Dave Taylor

Peter Addyman, Chair, York Civic Trust

Lianne and Richard Brigham, http://yorkpastandpresent.wix.com/yorkpastandpresent

Michael Hayes, Plastic Fortune

Victoria Hoyle, City Archivist

John Oxley, City Archaeologist

Helen Weinstein, Director, Historyworks (to speak about recent work on Clifford’s Tower and the Eye of York)

With contributions from LGBT History Month and York Stories.

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