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World Heritage UK’s 2024 webinar # 2 – The Forth Bridge

February 8 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm UTC+0

£5.00 – £25.00

Number 2 in a series of 7 webinar talks, on the UK’s World Heritage Industrial Heritage SitesThursday 8th February 2024.

World Heritage Site: The Forth Bridge

Speakers: Mark Watson, Historic Environment Scotland and Karen Stewart, Fife Council

Mark is in the External Relationships and Partnerships Directorate in Historic Environment Scotland. He wrote the justification (integrity, authenticity, comparative analysis, attributes and values), protection (with setting) parts of the nomination of the Forth Bridge, and will discuss how that fared with UNESCO. He will be joined by Karen Stewart, Forth Bridges Area Tourism Strategy Manager, who will highlight key tourism activity from the Forth Bridges Forum members.

7 to 8pm, on Zoom. Zoom details usually sent out latest the day before the webinar.

Each webinar is recorded and uploaded to WHUK’s private YouTube channel. All ticket holders will be sent a link to the video, to revisit or catch up if the live talk was missed.

More details on this webinar to follow.

  • Thu 11th January – The Slate Landscape of NW Wales with David Gwyn (YouTube recording)
  • Thu 7th March – Derwent Valley Mills WHS with Adrian Farmer from Derbyshire County Council.
  • Thu 4th April – Cornish Mining with Ainsley Cocks from Cornwall County Council.
  • Thu 2nd May – Ironbridge Gorge with WHS Chair Marion Blockley
  • Thu 6th June – Saltaire with Sheena Campbell, Saltaire World Heritage Officer and Maggie Smith, Saltaire Collection
  • Thu 4th July – Reflecting on the UK’s Industrial World Heritage Sites with Ironbridge’s Brandi Hall-Crossgrove and Prof. Ian Wray from the Heseltine Institute, Liverpool University

Individual webinars cost £5 or buy all seven for £25.

Ticket sales for single tickets closes 3pm the day before the webinar.


February 8
7:00 pm - 8:00 pm UTC+0
£5.00 – £25.00
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