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The Civic Trust - Better places for people

Civic Trust announces new Sponsorship deal!

"All over Britain people who love and care about their towns and cities work to take responsibility for something that affects us all - our urban landscape. I salute them, respect them and am delighted to be made their President and to support the work of the Civic Trust."

Griff Rhys Jones - President, Civic Trust

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Open University backs Heritage Open Days

We are pleased to announce the Open University's support for Heritage Open Days this year. Heritage Open Days is about opening doors, eyes and minds. So we are delighted to team up with an organisation that broadens horizons by providing high-quality university education to all.
Indulge your passion for arts and culture with The Open University
Is the pen mightier than the sword? What's the difference between fame and infamy? What happens when different cultures collide? Does the past really inform the present? Why do traditions change? Get to grips with these compelling questions and more with an OU arts and culture course.

If you're curious about your local heritage, then why not start with our arts short course Heritage, whose heritage? (A180). You can explore who protects our heritage and how you can get involved. This short course only takes 15 weeks and is entirely online, so you can learn flexibly at home at a time to suit you.

Or if you would like a broader understanding of many of the significant arts and cultural movements of the last centuries, you might prefer the course The arts past and present (AA100). This is a broadly focused course designed to satisfy your curiosity. It introduces you to university-level study in the arts across a range of subject areas, including history, art history, philosophy, classics, history of science, religious studies, music and literature.
Click here to find out more and request a free prospectus.
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Bristan sponsors Inclusive Design Award

This Award sponsored in 2009 for the first time by Bristan, is presented to a project which seeks to offer ideas on improving access and finding the balance between conservation and the barriers which challenge access. This award gives the opportunity for exemplary schemes to demonstrate that good modern design can help reconcile the interests of conservation with those of access for all.

Claire Ward, Marketing Manager for Bristan said "Through our support of the Inclusive Design Award we recognise the importance our product ranges have on social equality; making it possible for everyone to live independent lives to their fullest. Not only are we encompassing ergonomic design for the disabled & the aging population but also the able bodied will understand and appreciate these stylish yet functional ranges from our inclusive design collection.

With this approach to design we can ensure our Bristan products are accessible to everyone. For instance our walk-in showers and wall-hung sanitaryware allow wheelchair access & easier cleaning, whilst our stylish grab bars & lever handle taps are perfect for all ages and abilities."

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If your organisation would be interested in joining the Civic Trust and being part of a community of over 200,000 people and organisations that care about the places where they live, work and relax please click here to learn more.
As a supporter of the Civic Trust you are able to sign up for individual, public body, and corporate membership or have the opportunity to discuss an exclusive sponsorhsip package. Established since 1957, we represent the whole regeneration sector. The Civic Trust works as an independent honest broker to give a voice to everyone who wants to make a difference by creating better places for all.

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