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IHBC Yorkshire Branch

All Yorkshire Counties, North Lincolnshire, North-east Lincolnshire

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Branch News and Events

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  • Branch committee
  • Events
  • AGM
  • Branch Newsletter
  • Papers
  • Past Branch Events
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IHBC Yorkshire Committee

Chair
Simon Revill
yorkshire@ihbc.org.uk

Branch Rep on Council (Acting)
Stan Driver
ihbcyorkshire@ihbc.org.uk

Secretary
David Rawlins

Treasurer
Eric Carter

Membership Secretary
Elizabeth Humble

Education Officer
Keith Knight

Social Media/Newsletter
Stephanie Jenkins
Vacant

Events Coordinators
Louise Winrow
Emma Gibbens
Hilary Byers

North Yorkshire Rep
Naiomi Kempton

West Yorkshire Rep
Andy Graham

East Yorkshire Rep
Hilary Byers

SouthYorkshire Rep
Andrew Shepherd

Yorkshire Heritage Environment Forum Rep
Rebecca Thompson

Other members: Tom Bromet


Committee Meetings

Meetings are currently held virtually, usually on Monday evenings, every three months.

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The branch committee are currently considering options for future Yorkshire events. Please check back for news of planned events, or visit us on Twitter: IHBC Yorkshire (@IHBC_Yorkshire) / Twitter

If you have ideas for training events, or would like to contribute to delivering events, please contact the branch via yorkshire@ihbc.org.uk

For news of other general events, including IHBC virtual MATE sessions, please see Upcoming Events (ihbc.org.uk).

Members of the Branch are also regularly updated of Events held by other Organisations, such as Historic England, SPAB, York Consortium for Conservation and Craftmanship, North Yorkshire Vernacular Buildings Study Group, Heritage Alliance, by email: Each member should therefore ensure that their email address is kept up to date via IHBC Head Office.
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IHBC Yorkshire AGM & talk on Cultural Heritage in Gjirokastra, Albania by Andrew Shepherd, Architect

October 2020


Our first Virtual AGM seemed to go reasonably well, albeit with some hiccups experienced by Andrew Shepherd & his computer! Hence an initial delay was used to allow those present to introduce themselves and showed what variety of professions & expertise is enjoyed by IHBC Yorkshire. We then allowed the AGM to proceed, followed by a talk by Andrew on Cultural Heritage in Gjirokastra, Albania – a fascinating & interesting presentation on Heritage in Albania. It was reminiscent of a project Naiomi Kempton was involved in about 8 years ago in Bulgaria. Good to hear reference to David Baxter’s excellent work at Bontida with the Transylvanian Trust.
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Past Branch Events
Hot Lime Workshop

Saturday 14th March 2020, Location: Rosedale East

Delivered through the North York Moors National Park and IHBC Yorkshire Branch. Local stonemason and lime mortar expert Nigel Copsey (the Earth, Stone and Lime Company, and lead on practical workshops at the University of York) gave a presentation and demonstration on hot mixed lime mortars, their technique and use; imparting understanding of the physics of historic structures and best practice for conservation.
It was followed in the afternoon by hands on practical work applying lime mortars and renders to buildings associated with East Mines at Rosedale.
6 CPD hours.


IHBC Yorkshire Branch AGM 2019

Saturday, 26 October 2019 at 12.15pm

The morning commenced at 10.30am with a talk by Jane Grenville, OBE, FSA, Archaeologist and Honorary Research Fellow and former member of staff in the Department of Conservation Studies, York University on ‘Pevsner, Yorkshire: The North Riding’. Jane was in the process of revising Pevsner’s work on North Riding of Yorkshire, to be published in 2020.

Conservation and Stabilisation of Historic Fabric

28th September 2019, Central Methodist Church, York
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Two complimentary disciplines are brought together to present with case studies, the structural conservation of historic buildings and structures, as seen through the eyes of two Conservation Accredited (CARE) Engineers and an AABC Conservation Accredited Architect. Robert Thorniley-Walker and Alice Bowers CARE Engineers, Civil & Structural Consultants Ltd. and, David Cattell AABC Architect, Rodney Melville and Partners Ltd.


Tour of Halifax Piece Hall

Saturday, 3rd March 2018

The Piece Hall is one of Britain’s most extraordinary buildings. Built in 1779 to trade ‘pieces’ of cloth, it is now the UK’s sole surviving cloth hall and offers a unique window back into our past.

Its near 250-year history has seen the building tale on many transformations – in Georgian times as a place for trading locally made ‘Kersey’ and other cloth, later as a gathering point for Victorian spectacles and political rallies. It then became a wholesale marker, before being transformed into a visitor attraction and, most recently, undergoing an extensive conservation programme.

The visit took participants on a journey spanning almost quarter of a millennium, meeting characters from the past and hearing fascinating stories about this truly incredible building.


IHBC Yorkshire Branch AGM 2017

Saturday 15th July 2017, Kings Manor, Exhibition Sq. York
10:30 - 12:00

Speaker: Keith Knight Course Leader RIBA Conservation Course

Subject: IHBC Yorkshire Conservation Course


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