Annual Culture and Tourism Conference, 2-3 March 2020

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Future Vision - Black Cultural Archives
Arike Oke, Managing Director, Black Cultural Archives

Crossing Divides: how the arts and heritage can bring us together
Jill Rutter, Strategy and Relationships Director, British Future

Drawing on our industrial heritage
Cllr Abi Brown, Leader, Stoke-on-Trent Council#

The Economic Impact of Barnsley’s Museums Service
Sue Thiedeman, Head of Culture and Visitor Economy, Barnsley Borough Council

High Street Heritage Action Zones: the contribution of heritage and culture to vibrant local places
Sir Laurie Magnus, Chairman, Historic England

The National Lottery Heritage Fund
Jake Eliot, Head of Policy, The National Lottery Heritage Fund

WS1: How heritage can underpin placemaking - an example from Weston-super-Mare
Rachel Lewis, Regeneration Programme Manager, North Somerset Council
Cara MacMahon, Heritage Action Zone Project Officer, North Somerset Council
Christine Ward, Principal Project Officer, North Somerset Council

WS2: Heritage at the heart of new developments
Quinton Carroll, Assistant Director Environment & Commercial Services, Chair, Association of Local Government Archaeological Officers

W3: Heritage skills development for the community - Historic England
Phil Pollard, Heritage Apprentices Manager, Historic England, and Sophie Norton, Sector Skills Manager, Historic England