Market Towns, Retail and the Historic Built Environment - understanding your audience and attracting your market
Market Towns, Retail and the Historic Built Environment – understanding your audience and attracting your market – 30 May 2017 - YARN MARKET DUNSTER
Joint event with Yarn Market Dunster
This event looks at the links between retail, tourism and historic towns, and will consider how to market the strengths within your town, while linking heritage attractions, history, infrastructure, economy and the built environment itself.
The day will include a tour of the town, and the opportunity to discuss strategy with arts, heritage, retail and planning experts from within the town and from further afield.
Louise Thomas, Thomas Design Consultancy, and HTVF Director Designate
Steve Tilbury, Operations Director, Winchester City Council
Tony Wyatt, Director, +Urban Design
Dave Chetwyn, Managing Director, Urban Vision
Antony Brunt, Yarn Market Hotel, Yarn Market Dunster
Bishop's Waltham Town Team, tbc
Michele Grant, Blue Sail, tbc
Berwick Conservation Area Advsiory Group, tbc
Association of Town & City Management, tbc
The full programme will be online shortly.
To reserve your place, email Noel.James@kellogg.ox.ac.uk or book directly below
Do join us!
Prices from as low as £35 with special discounts available - please ask!