2022 Forum Meetings

We look forward to meeting in person as much as possible this year. If you’re not yet a member and are interested in finding out more, you’re welcome to ‘check out’ the Forum by attending up to two meetings without charge before being required to join by subscription (please see the ‘membership’ section for more information on joining).

Our meeting schedule for 2022 is:


Wednesday, 30 March, 3-5pm at the Cathedral of St Barnabas, North Circus Street, Nottingham NG1 5AE.  Peter Rogan, Conservation Architect and Director of Peter Rogan and Associates Limited and Cathedral Architect to the Catholic Cathedral Church of St. Barnabas in Nottingham, will present on the Cathedral’s Pugin Heritage Project.  The Cathedral was built in the 1830s to the designs of the important neo-Gothic architect A.W.N. Pugin.  The  Project aims to restore the Pugin interior of the Cathedral and engage with the community of Nottingham to raise awareness of the rich history of the Cathedral, a hidden Pugin gem in the heart of the city.  Working with Nottingham Trent University and conservation specialists will allow the architectural story of the building to be unlocked, which can then be shared with the public.  Register at: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/nottinghamshire-heritage-forums-spring-meeting-2022-tickets-300869688337?ref=estw


Wednesday, 25 May, 3-5pm at Green’s Windmill & Science Centre, Windmill Lane, Sneinton, Nottingham NG2 4QB, including a presentation from Rebecca Morris-Buck of Bennerley Viaduct on audience development during her time working for Creswell Crags entitled ‘Brand Promises and Non-Demographic Audience Segmentation’.


Thursday, 25 August, 3-5pm, starting at Erewash Museum at 3pm and moving on to Bennerley Viaduct from 4pm. An informal event with plenty of time to network and enjoy light refreshments.


Tuesday, 11 October, 1.45-2.45pm at the William Booth Birthplace Museum, Sneinton, Nottingham. An information session led by Steve Smith, Community Organiser and Community Engagement Consultant with Sneinton Alchemy CIC, in which participants learn about dementia so that they can help their community. Too many people affected by dementia feel that society fails to understand the condition they live with. Dementia Friends help by raising awareness and understanding, so that people living with dementia can continue to live in the way they want.


Tuesday, 11 October, 3-5pm at the William Booth Birthplace Museum, Sneinton, Nottingham, including a presentation by Chris Harris of the Broxtowe Women’s Project, who will speak about partnering with local museums to help them make space for a conversation about domestic abuse and violence against women, and how this kind of partnership strengthens community engagement and helps support staff and volunteers. Ms Harris has worked with the National Justice Museum, and is now working alongside D. H. Lawrence Birthplace, Bennerley Viaduct, Canalside Heritage Centre and other local museums, as well as supporting the Safer Museums network focusing on these issues.


Thursday, 15 December, 2-4pm.  Join us for our third annual online Christmas Social and Quiz.  An informal, festive event full of good cheer and kind competition.

Register at: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/christmas-social-and-quiz-tickets-465921873867

Looking forward to meeting up and working together in 2022!