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RSA Heritage Network: Heritage Futures Seminar

Fellowship Event

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Waterfront Building, Ipswich

  • Fellowship

Join the RSA Heritage Network for the Futures Research Seminar this May.

The event will explore the richness of Suffolk's heritage against the launch of the RSA Heritage Network. There will be an opportunity to share ideas about how the different forms of heritage in the county can be preserved, interpreted, and presented.

Ipswich can be reached by direct trains from London Liverpool Street, Cambridge, Peterborough, and Norwich, using the Greater Anglia service.

For directions to the university, see here.

If you have any questions, please contact Professor Gill FRSA: david.gill@uos.ac.uk.

If you have any access requirements or require any reasonable adjustments, please let the RSA team know: networks@rsa.org.uk 

Location: Waterfront Building, University of Suffolk, Neptune Quay, Ipswich, IP4 1QJ

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