An invitation to become Chair of Birmingham’s award-winning architectural preservation trust For nearly 40 years, Birmingham Conservation Trust has been a leading force in preserving Birmingham’s architectural heritage. Past projects include rescuing the city’s last court of Back to Backs, and our most ...read more
The HLF is looking to recruit three Grants Officers as follows: Full time permanent Grants Officer Full time maternity cover Grants Officer (up to 12 months) Full time flexible resource Grants Officer fixed term contract initially up to 12 months The primary purpose of the role ...read more
Our colleagues at the National Trust seek new members for the Midlands Advisory Board – could that be you?
The Midlands Advisory Board is a group of volunteers who advise and support the Trust’s management team and Board of Trustees. They need strategic thinkers who are passionate about the Trust in the Midlands and have experience in their areas of work. ...read more
An exciting opportunity for those seeking training in heritage skills is being promoted by Cathy Clarke at HeritageSkillsHUB. Oxford Lime Mortar Limited is offering a 6 month fixed term bursary placement for a Lime Mortars and Renders Trainee. The company takes on a ...read more
Do you care about Birmingham’s heritage? You could be just the person we need. If you have skills and experience in industry or business, you can help us. We need volunteer trustee directors who are really enthusiastic about saving significant historic buildings from ...read more
Bells Farm in 1969 - photo by Phyllis Nicklin from the Birmingham University Archive Dave Thomas, one of our volunteers has sent us this update which I thought we would share with you: I’m really interested in old buildings and the work that Birmingham ...read more
Stories, stories, stories. That’s what history is. But someone has to tell them. If you’re interested in the overlap between British and Sikh heritage then you can help. With its organisational motto and mission statement of “bringing history and cultures ...read more