We are delighted to be attending the 2022 Historic Buildings, Parks and Gardens Event on Tuesday 15 November.
18 October 22
Running for over 35 years, The Historic Buildings, Parks and Gardens Event runs in parallel with the Historic Houses Annual General Meeting, and this year will take place on Tuesday 15 November from 9am - 5pm.
The combination of the all-day exhibition, demonstrations and keynote speeches running throughout the day make this an event not to be missed for those within the sector. Entry is free for anyone in the historic buildings, landscape conservation and heritage sectors.
The exhibition offers visitors a superb opportunity to discuss their current and future projects with experts and specialist suppliers. With everything on offer, from the traditional, to cutting edge technology, you can meet with professionals from all aspects of the historic buildings, landscape and heritage conservation.
The exhibitors are able to offer information, advice, solutions, guidance and support as well as products and services for all aspects of the historic buildings, landscape conservation and heritage sectors. Exhibitors have specialist knowledge of repair, conservation, maintenance and preservation of historic buildings, their contents, historic landscapes, and parks and gardens, both private or commercial.
With a range of live demonstrations and short talks held throughout the day, experts will demonstrate practical skills, conservation techniques and discuss issues ranging from dampness, timber decay and dry rot to sculpture, silk weaving, rug and carpet restoration, and the conservation of decorative arts.
Please register to attend here. Visit us at stand F45- we are pleased to advise anyone that visits having registered will get a free Fine Interiors catalogue.
The QEII Conference Centre, Broad Sanctuary, Westminster, London SW1P 3EE
Tuesday 15 November | 9am - 5pm
To find out more about the event please contact
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