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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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  • Events
  • AGM
  • Branch Newsletter
  • Papers
  • Branch events (past)
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IHBC Yorkshire Committee

Simon Revill

Branch Rep on Council (Acting)
Stan Driver

David Rawlins

Eric Carter

Membership Secretary
Elizabeth Humble

Education Officer
Keith Knight

Social Media/Newsletter
Stephanie Jenkins steph.jenkins@hotmail.co.uk Anne Simms anne.c.ross@hotmail.co.uk

Events Coordinators
Louise Winrow Louise.Winrow@woodhall.co.uk
Emma Gibbens gibbens180@btinternet.com
Hilary Byers hilary@amskaya.karoo.co.uk

North Yorkshire Rep Naiomi Kempton thekemptons@hotmail.co.uk

West Yorkshire Rep
David Eade davideade@blueyonder.co.uk

East Yorkshire Rep
Hilary Byers

SouthYorkshire Rep Andrew Shepherd info@andrewshepherdarchitect.co.uk

Other members: Tom Bromet, Annabel Longfield-Reeve

Committee Meetings

Meetings are usually held at 6.30pm at Brigantes Pub, Micklegate, York on Mondays prior to the IHBC full Council meeting.

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Yorkshire Branch – Hot Lime Workshop

Saturday 14th March Rosedale East

This one-day event run by North York Moors National Park and IHBC Yorkshire, hosted by local stonemason Nigel Copsey and a National Park Conservation Officer. On-site training on how to use Hotmix (quicklime) based mortars. Our mixes are based on thorough mortar analysis by CMC Stirling. Training given on site. To sign up contact m.calderon@northyorkmoors.org.uk
Full details and booking

Yorkshire Branch – Affiliates Day
25 April - 09:30 - 17:00 Central Methodist Church, St Saviourgate, York YO1 8NQ

This will include a MATE (See https://www.ihbc.org.uk/mate/) Session in the morning, followed by a MAGE (Membership Application Guidance Event) Session in the afternoon, being more of a critical format whereby prospective members bring their draft applications and take the opportunity to build on the content of their applications.
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IHBC Yorkshire AGM & Workshop, inc talk by Jane Grenville on Pevsner

26 October 2019
Huntington Room, Kings Manor, YORK, YO1 7EP
10:00 for 10.30am-13:00 (AGM 12:15)

Jane Grenville, archaeologist is to talk on the revision of Pevsner, North Riding of Yorkshire, followed by the IHBC Yorkshire AGM
About this Event
Jane Grenville is a British archaeologist and academic, specialising in the archaeology of medieval buildings. Her early career was in field archaeology, heritage, and building conservation. In 1991, she joined the University of York as a lecturer in archaeology. She is now working on the revision of Pevsner, North Riding of Yorkshire, and her research has revealed the idiosyncrasies of Pevsner’s visit to North Yorkshire, and many further buildings etc worthy of mention. A fascinating insight into the work of Pevsner and his research.

The event is FREE, and therefore we look forward to seeing you there.

Please consider volunteering for a branch officer post. The positions of Chair, Treasurer and others are changing this year. The positions are not onerous – we mainly communicate by email and hold meetings quarterly. If you would like to discuss how you can contribute please contact the Secretary, David Rawlins at rawlinsd@icloud.com
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Branch Events (past)

Yorkshire Branch – Conservation and Stabilisation of Historic Fabric

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.

28th September 2019 Central Methodist Church, York

IHBC Yorkshire Branch – tour of Halifax Piece Hall

Saturday, 3rd March 2018

Cost: £6.88 (£5 + VAT + Eventbrite booking fee)

"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.

During your visit, we will take you on a journey spanning almost quarter of a millennium. You will meet characters from the past and hear fascinating stories about this truly incredible building.”

To find out more about the event and booking, click the Eventbrite link: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/tour-of-halifax-piece-hall-tickets-42707444115

Booking password: IHBC2018


Rm 111 Kings Manor, Exhibition Sq. York
Sat 15 July 2017
10:30 - 12:00 (tea & coffee 10:15)

Cost: Free
Booking: Eventbrite

Speaker: Keith Knight Course Leader RIBA Conservation Course

Subject: IHBC Yorkshire Conservation Course

The 2013 Yorkshire Branch Conference aligned with the RIBA’s Love Architecture Festival of Architecture which ran in York between 21–30 June 2013

Theme: Restoration Yorkshire - Celebrating Craftsmanship
Date: Friday 28 June 2013
Time: 10:00am – 4:00pm
Venue: The Hospitium, Museum Gardens, York

Followed at 4.15-5.00pm by AGM Yorkshire Branch IHBC

Keynote Speakers:

Martin Stancliffe Architect, Partner of Purcell, recently retired after 20 years as Surveyor to St Pauls Cathedral and Chair of the York Consortium for Conservation and Craftsmanship.

Chris Topp, Wrought Iron Craftsman and Chair National Heritage Ironwork Group.

Thursday 24 November 2011 at 4.15 - 5.00 pm
The Hospitium Museum Gardens York
(after Restoration Yorkshire 2011 Conference)

AGM Agenda
AGM Notice

Visit to Wentworth Woodhouse
Saturday 7th December 2012

Visit To East Yorkshire – Hull and Burton Constable Hall

Saturday 30 June 2012

Visit to Harrogate 12 May 2010
Visit to Cusworth Hall and Park Thursday 15th October 2009
Programme of Events for 2007 / 08

Restoration 2011: Yorkshire’s Heritage at Risk    
Thursday 24 November 2011

The Hospitium Museum Gardens, York  

A one day conference organised by the Institute of Historic Building Conservation and supported by English Heritage, in association with the Royal Institute of British Architects and the UK Association of Preservation Trusts

Programme (click on links for presentations, more to follow)

9.55 Introduction: Keith Knight – Challenges
Chair IHBC Yorkshire Branch & Convenor RIBA Yorkshire Conservation Group

10.00 Trevor Mitchell, Director Planning E.H. Yorkshire Region
10.20 Todd Hannula, Shine, Leeds
10.40 Mo Macleod, Howsham Mill, North Yorkshire

11.00 Coffee

11.30 Ian Lush, Chief Executive, AHF
11.50 Tim Morris, Piece Hall, Halifax
12.10 Garry Brown, Key Fund

12.30 Lunch (buffet)

1.25 Introduction: Penelope Whitworth, APT Yorkshire

1.30 James Moir, Director Association of Preservation Trusts
1.45 Vik Banks, Left Bank, Leeds
2.00 Mags Shevlin, Latch, Leeds
2.15 Ian Lord, Whitby Brewhouse

2.30 Tea

2.55 Workshop “The Perfect Feasibility Study” Intro: Keith Knight
3.00 Workshop
3.20 Workshop Feedback
3.40 Plenary session & summing up

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