Building Resilience Conference 2018 Videos
Building Resilience: the National Churches Trust's 2018 conference focused on creating a more sustainable future for places of worship.
Held at the Emmanuel Centre, London, on Wednesday 27 June 2018, the National Churches Trust's conference was designed to help volunteers and staff involved in church heritage ensure the future sustainability of church buildings so that they can be there for people to use and enjoy.
Bill Bryson OBE, Vice President of the National Churches Trust - Living Heritage
Claire Walker, Chief Executive of the National Churches Trust - A strategy for sustainability
Rt Hon Dame Caroline Spelman MP - The importance of churches
Bernard Donoghue, Director of the Association of Leading Visitor Attractions - Churches and Cathedrals and the Tourism Industry
Dr Jonathan Foyle, architectural historian and broadcaster - Maintenance Matters
John Goodall, Architectural Editor of Country Life - Parish Treasures
Ros Kerslake OBE, Chief Exective of the Heritage Lottery Fund - The Heritage Lottery Fund and places of worship
Alastair Hunter, Trustee of the National Churches Trust - Final thoughts