What's On

Find out what's on at the SPAB. The SPAB offers a wide range of events, courses, lectures and seminars. Whether you're a building professional looking to widen or develop your practical skills, a SPAB member looking to take part in a Regional Group trip, or an old-building enthusiast searching for a SPAB open house event, a leisure learning opportunity or sociable evening talk, you'll find something for you in our 'What's On' listings.

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Event

Fergus McCormick, Senior Conservation Architect with the OPW, and Edward Bourke, Senior Archaeologist with the Department of Culture, Heritage and the Gaeltacht, will discuss their work conserving Skellig Michael.

Date:
18/02/2020 - 18/02/2020
Audience:
General Interest
Location:
The Custom House, Custom House Quay, Dublin, 1
Price:

Non-SPAB members: € 10 plus booking fee

SPAB Members / Student / Unwaged: €5 plus booking fee

Event

Lecture given by SPAB Scotland Officer, Tyler C. Lott.

Date:
26/02/2020 - 26/02/2020
Audience:
General Interest
Location:
Dovecot Studios Ltd, 10 Infirmary Street, EDINBURGH, EH1 1LT
Event

A day of fascinating and informative talks on the windmills and watermills of the coasts and counties of the South of England - and beyond!

Date:
14/03/2020 - 14/03/2020
Audience:
General Interest
REF:

MS2002

Price:

 

with lunch - members £40 / non-members £45 

without lunch - members £35 / non-members £40

Location

77 Cowcross Street, Farringdon, London EC1M 6EL, United Kingdom

 

Event

A talk and tour of the Maltings followed by a buffet dinner, quiz and raffle

Date:
21/03/2020
Audience:
General Interest
Location:
11 Mill Lane, DUNMOW, CM6 1BG
Event

Newton’s Place is a redundant Grade II listed Victorian church, currently undergoing conversion to a museum. Join SPAB Devon to ssee the conservation work, followed by a trip to Tucker's Maltings

Date:
27/03/2020 - 27/03/2020
Audience:
Members only
Location:
St Leonard's Church, Wolborough St, Newton Abbot
Price:

£3 to cover hard hat tour insurance. Suggested additional £4 donation to the Newton Place project

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