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Lecture series: historic buildings transformation

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There is an interesting lecture series happening over the next few months at Trinity in Bristol called the Heart and Soul Project, about the challenges of transforming and preserving historic buildings.

 The events coming up look at how historic buildings are now used for multifunction’s like worship & community centres, and gentrification of areas and how communities suffer and benefit.

The first event was really interesting. I suspect that keeping an eye on how this gem of a centre in Bristol manages their development and transformation will provide much food for thought!
— Emma McDermott
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Next lecture: Resurrection Man

20th March

Evening talk by Architect Tim Ronalds

Architect Tim Ronalds brings a unique perspective on transforming some of the Britain's most iconic buildings. His work includes the significant transformations and resurrections of buildings into cultural venues, like Wiltons Music Hall, The Hackney Empire and Jackson's Lane.

Location

New Trinity Community Centre, Easton BS2 0NW

Starts 7pm, finishes 9pm.

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Earlier Event: March 14
Talk: housing the homeless
Later Event: March 27
Bath comedy festival coming up!