Other organisations' events

All courses and events listed here are run by organisations other than the SPAB and we have no responsibility for their content. Appearance on this list does not equal endorsement by the SPAB. Please contact the organiser using the details listed for each event with any questions or to find out more.  To advertise events and courses on SPAB website please contact us.

Wednesday 13 June at All Saints, Fulham
Tickets are for sale at a number of outlets:
https://www.ticketsource.co.uk/event/FGLIED
https://www.list.co.uk/event/968223-concert-for-gloria-e-marco/98797-all-saints-fulham-london-sw6/
https://www.tickx.co.uk/venue/62535/all-saints-church-fulham/
A free one day event on how to maintain historic faith buildings, with talks and workshops from leading specialists
23rd May 2018
Attenborough Hall, Leicester
10am—4:30pm
Book via: https://bit.ly/2GDxjDd
Try your hand at traditional crafts with The William Morris Craft Fellowship Trust, in the idyllic setting of Warwickshire's last working watermill. Experience hands on traditional crafts from stone carving and blacksmithing to glass painting and decorative plastering, plus more. 12 & 13 May. £120 for the full weekend or £80 for a day.
"New Horizons" in York will be an interchange for new research and technical advancements in the conservation of wooden built heritage. Workshops put on by York Archaeological Trust and Historic England, and field trips in York will complement the speaker presentations. Deadline for abstracts: 15 May 2018. Symposium: 12-15 September 2018
Tuesday 23rd October 2018. £25 per person including coffee / tea on arrival. Bring your own picnic lunch.

This Study Day will be led by Douglas Kent, the Society's technical and research Director and will consist of four illustrated talks on the origins and work of the SPAB. The day will close with a case study of Douglas' award winning SPAB