15 November 2017
The Engine Shed, Stirling
Earlier this year we asked the people of Scotland about their heritage and what it means to them. We had nearly 2,000 responses from all of Scotland’s local authority areas to our online survey and 200 people took part in workshops held across Scotland. The results of the survey and workshops have been published on our website at:www.historicenvironment.scot/wyh-report.
The What’s Your Heritage? research will guide the review of our Historic Environment Scotland Policy Statement which sets out how we manage change to Scotland’s historic environment and how we can explore new ways to deliver Our Place in Time, Scotland’s strategy for the historic environment.
We are now analysing the results of the survey and workshops and we would like you to help shape our future policies and practice. The results so far suggest that there is potential to change the way that we work as a national body. The aims of the day will be to:
• introduce the findings of the What’s Your Heritage analysis, identify the gaps and opportunities and what they mean for HES
• discuss current policy and share ideas
• build partnership opportunities
To support inclusive and representative debate HES may be able to offer subsidies to assist delegates with long distances to travel. To apply and for more information please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Booking (free): to book please email email@example.com.
Please book by the 6th of November 2017.