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Pia Edqvist 4h
Ending on a with on the steam jazz train was ! What a view, fantastic music and awesome company! Special thanks to for a super , and for having me, I am humbled!
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Patrick Jun 14
A massive thank you to all the Getty delegates who came to Looks like they had a good time!
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Helen Hughes Jun 15
Steam Train Jazz Night. Post conference Conservators celebrate.
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Lesley Jones 23h
thanks to for organising such a great and to the friendly and professional events team
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Eleanor Schofield 21h
Enjoying some time in Belfast after ! Thanks for recommending The Crown! Apparently work done on it by a member too! 🤩
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Janet Berry ACR 24h
Bye to Belfast thank you all delegates, speakers, staff and hosts for an inspiring conference. See you all at the next one!
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Ana Tam Jun 14
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Pamela Murray Jun 14
Thank you and Anna Plowden/Clothworkers CPD grant for such an informative and eye opening opportunity. Learning from mentors, supporting friends and creating a strong network. It was perfect.
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Cumbria Clock Co. Jun 14
Heading home after a very interesting 3 days at ICON 19 in Belfast...lots to think about!!
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Wendy S-Woodiwis Jun 14
Full steam ahead for the Jazz and cocktail night ... how about this for our next social?
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Icon Jun 15
Hear hear!!
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Naomi Luxford Jun 14
Massive thanks to all those tweeters, who have allowed those of us not attending to follow what looks to have been an amazing conference. As always doing a sterling job both on twitter & with a fascinating presentation based on the responses
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Meredith Wiggins Jun 15
What a privilege to address at and talk about 's work and our community. Thank you so much! Now back to real life and more thinking about that old question...."What is the role of cultural heritage in a changing climate?"
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Vanessa Applebaum Jun 14
What can I say except ?? 👋🏻🚂
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Janet Berry ACR Jun 14
A real privilege to view the heavy engineering shed at Whiehead Railway Museum. And with jazz!
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Rob Lewis Jun 14
And who else to wrap up but ‘s own Jane Thompson-Webb
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Sara Crofts FRSA Jun 14
And here she is... talking about to delegates. A brilliant call to action to end our wonderful conference. Timely reminder of the big picture.
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Pia Edqvist Jun 14
Replying to @Conservators_uk
Debra Hess Nortis talk on 8 days a week! Inspiring! Communcate, create connections, collaborate and share your passion!
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Nikki Tomkins Jun 14
Deborah Hess Norris makes the case for advocacy, thinking beyond conservation to be a part of global conversations about cultural heritage. (What an amazing selection of photographs too!)
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Leanne Tonkin Jun 14
‘Work across nations to strengthen our work’ by Debra Ness Norris
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