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06.09.2016

Meet Icon conservators at Heritage Open Days on 8-11th Sept

Our conservators will be offering expert knowledge and exclusive views of local treasures as part of England's biggest heritage festival

Heritage Open Days (HoD) is England's biggest festival of history and culture with over 40,000 volunteers hosting thousands of events across the country.

The festival takes place over four days every September (8th-11th this year) and invites the public to explore local treasures of every age, style and function, opening up a world of hidden experiences.

This year, Icon members will be hosting a range of events across the country and, to celebrate, we are offering one National Trust Gift Card worth £100.

To enter the prize draw, attend a conservation-related event during HoD and tweet or Facebook a picture of it with the hashtags #loveconsv and #HODs. You may share as many pictures as you like but only your first update will be entered into the draw. Naturally, other terms and conditions apply.

Click on the purple pins on the map below to see where you can meet our conservators or review all conservation events to find something near you. (Note: orange pins are part of Wales' Open Doors Day and may take place on different dates.)

We look forward to seeing your pictures! 


Image: Matt Wreford

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