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The Adaptive Reuse of Historic Buildings, 9th May 2014
Inverness College UHI, Longman Road Campus, Inverness.

Now in its fourth year, the partnership of Historic Scotland, Inverness City Heritage Trust and Inverness College UHI is pleased to host a day long conservation masterclass : “The Adaptive Reuse of Historic Buildings”.

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Apprenticeship Week 2014, 19th May 2014 - 20th May 2014
St. Andrew Square, Edinburgh

For Apprenticeship Week 2014 Historic Scotland are teaming up with industry partners to showcase apprenticeships in traditional building skills. Taking place in St Andrew Square in Edinburgh on the 19th and 20th of May 2014 this two day event is free of charge and open to the public

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Insight Sunnybrae, 27th May 2014
Sunnybrae Cottage, Larchwood Rd, Pitlochry, Perth and Kinross

The picturesque Sunnybrae Cottage in Pitlochry is an outstanding example of Scottish vernacular architecture, now cared for by Historic Scotland.

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Fabric Improvements for Energy Efficiency – Demonstration and Seminar, 3rd June 2014
Forth Valley College

Historic Scotland have been researching appropriate thermal upgrade options for traditional and historic buildings since 2009. With a growing range of interventions and fabric measures now successfully tested on site, facilities are being established in partnership with Forth Valley College to demonstrate these techniques and deliver training to various professions and trades.

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Technical Conservation Summer School, 23rd June 2014 - 27th June 2014
Stirling

Would you like to increase your knowledge of traditional buildings? Historic Scotland’s Technical Conservation Summer School offers the opportunity to improve your skills by obtaining specialist conservation training from some of Scotland’s leading experts in the field.

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Edinburgh Gardens and Squares Conference 2014, 26th September 2014
St. Andrew Square, Edinburgh

Edinburgh’s historic gardens and squares are a result of the development of the city following late 18th century ideals of town planning. This was part of the philosophy of the Age of Enlightenment. These landscapes form an important and integral part of the Edinburgh World Heritage site.

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