We are excited to be part of the Wilderness Roadshow on Thursday 13th May at 3.30pm. Hosted by MHA The Wilderness, our very own Heather Brown will be talking about Heritage Ability and the different interventions we have produced to improve access to heritage sites and visitor attractions. We will also be hearing from MHA The Wilderness on the positive impact gardens, gardening, and green activities can have on people’s health and wellbeing, as well as the benefits to older people and local communities.
We'd love you to join us for this free online talk
The team at MHA has invited us to celebrate our National Lottery Heritage Fund (NLHF) projects and our communal effort in making heritage environments more accessible to disabled people. We want to raise equality in heritage by creating more accessible environments that show a more diverse perspective, and understanding of the contemporary challenges people with a disability experience.
How to register for this free event
This free event will be broadcasted on zoom, on Thursday 13th May 3.30pm - 4.30pm. You will need to register for this event in order to receive the zoom link to attend. You will receive the unique zoom link the morning of the event. Registration closes on Thursday 13th May at 9am. Register on Eventbrite here https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/mha-the-wilderness-roadshow-heritage-and-accessibility-tickets-152327619009
Have a question you'd like answered during the talk? You can submit your question by emailing [email protected]
We really hope you can join us to celebrate heritage, accessibility and how we can all benefit from improved access to gardens, outdoor space, and historical sites.
You can find out more about MHA on their website, HERE