This Winter, for the first time ever, we’re bringing Heritage Compass offline and on the road across England!
Come together with other heritage organisations from your area for some professional development as well as some long overdue face to face networking.
It will also give organisations not currently on the programme the opportunity to learn a bit more about the experience from current participants and the team behind Heritage Compass.
In the new year we’re hoping to travel to more locations around the country, but we’ll be trialling the session at the Cambridge Junction in Cambridge on the 14th December, 1pm – 4pm. The day will begin with a light lunch, following by facilitated networking and a workshop with a guest speaker, David Johnson, Director of Strategy and Programmes at Cause4.
The venue is fully wheelchair accessible. You can find out more information on the Junction website here. If there is anything else we can do to make your trip more convenient please get in touch with email@example.com.
We’d love to welcome any small to medium heritage sized organisations who might be interested in the programme to share in this free development opportunity.
If you like what you see, you can even join up to be part of our next cohort of participants right then and there!
We really hope that you’re able to join us this December to say hello in person.
David Johnson has joined Arts Fundraising & Philanthropy as Head of Programme to help grow and deliver the programme as it moves into the Arts Council England funded National Portfolio as a sector support organisation. David joins from the Albany, an arts centre and social enterprise in Deptford, London, where he was Head of Development.