Entrance to this major heritage conservation day is FREE OF CHARGE.
The event is free and designed for everyone in the historic buildings, landscape conservation and heritage sectors. Owners, guardians, volunteers and professionals from all sectors.
Our Event is all about the care, repair, conservation, maintenance, preservation and restoration of Historic Buildings including interiors, Historic Landscapes, Parks & Gardens. The all-day exhibition consists of companies and organisations offering advice, solutions, guidance and support, as well as a wide and diverse range of products and services. Ranging from the traditional to cutting edge technology and across all areas of historic building and landscape conservation.
The programme includes the all day exhibition, keynote speeches and awards as well as live demonstrations and short talks by experts running throughout the day. Demonstration’s cover, practical skills, conservation techniques and products & services. Including demos by the highly skilled carvers and conservators of The City & Guilds of London Art School, Historic Carving Department, working in both wood and stone. We will be announcing many other demonstrations to ensure an interesting and rewarding day for visitors.
Examples of the types of services and advice represented at the exhibition include; interior and exterior building conservation, repair and decoration, garden and landscape design and restoration, lighting, security, building alterations & extensions, carpet restoration, information technology, cast stone, columns & pilasters, estate management, gates, gilding, ironwork, terracotta, textiles, windows, fine art restoration, auctions, energy conservation, valuations, catering, insurance, gifts, souvenirs, publishing, printing, event management and many, many more.
FREE ADMISSION is available to everyone in the historic buildings, landscape conservation and heritage sectors. This includes owners of historic buildings, parks & gardens, private or commercial, historic landscapes and all those who are involved in their upkeep, restoration or conservation.
With such a wide and diverse range of exhibitors at the event, offering all kinds of support, advice, products, services and solutions to both owners and professionals working with historic buildings and landscapes, it is well worth a visit. We hope to see you there.
If you require any further information, please do not hesitate to contact Holly McNeil Tel: 01462 896688
Historic Houses members are not eligible for our pre-registration offer and should register with Historic Houses.
The programme will be updated in the coming weeks. Please check back for updates
The Exhibition area on 3rd Floor is open all day, 9am-5pm
There will be a wide range of short demonstrations held throughout the day in the exhibition area. The demonstrations and short talks will be given by experts about practical skills, conservation techniques and products & services. Including the highly skilled carvers and conservators of The City & Guilds of London Art School, Historic Carving Department, working in both wood and stone.
9.00am – Registration and Exhibition opens and refreshments are available
11.30am – Address by Martha Lytton Cobbold, President of Historic Houses*
12.00pm – Historic Houses Keynote speaker*
2.45pm – Historic Houses Awards * The Frances Garnham Award for Innovation in Learning | Sustainability Award |Restoration Award | Garden of the Year Award
3.15pm – The Savills Lecture, The Earl of Leicester, Holkham Hall
5.00pm – Exhibition closes
*By kind permission of Historic Houses and subject to seating availability
We are pleased to announce the following exhibitors have already confirmed for this years event. Please click the company to view their website.
Architectural Heritage Ltd, Artisan Plastercraft, Artorius Faber, Avongard Ltd, Axminster Carpets, Byrne Looby, Candide Ltd, Churches Conservation Trust, ChurchEcoMiser, Clive Rogers Orient Rugs, Coade Ltd, Core Conservation, Crown Fine Art, CSC Window Films & Blinds Ltd, Envirograf (Intumescent Systems Ltd), Flamingo Marketing Ltd, Francis W. Downing Ltd, The Gardens Trust, Gauntlet Insurance Services, Harwell Restoration, Historyonics, Hostology, The Humphries Weaving Company Ltd, Hutton & Rostron Environmental Investigations Ltd, Ingleton Wood, Isoenergy, J & J W Longbottom Ltd, James Byatt, Janus Conservation Ltd, Jarrold Publishing, Jigsaw Publishing, Jonathan Rhind Architects, Le Lay Ltd, Lelievre UK Ltd, Locker & Riley, The London Parks & Gardens Trust, Lubbe & Sons, Lycetts, Mason Navarro Pledge, The Morton Partnership, Professional Gardeners’ Guild, Raylight, The Real Pearl Co, Rose of Jericho, The Rug & Carpet Studio Ltd, Sally Strachey Historic Conservation Ltd, Savills (UK) Ltd, Smith & Williamson, Spencer & Fry, Sun-X (UK) Ltd, Sworders, Tatra Glass, TM Lighting, Tor Systems, Vennersys, Visisoft, The Victorian Society, Watts of Westminster, Weatherbys Hamilton LLP, Welsh School of Architecture