Heritage – how can buildings, endowments and pensions become assets not burdens?

Thursday, 23rd October 2014
St. Mary’s University Church, Oxford, OX1 4BJ
5:30p.m. to 7:00p.m.  Free of charge.

Chair – Professor Linda Woodhead

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Speakers

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    Andrew Mackie

    Mr Andrew Mackie was appointed by the Archbishop of Canterbury to serve as Third Church Estates...

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    Barney White-Spunner

    Sir Barney White-Spunner is Executive Chairman of The Countryside Alliance, the organisation that...

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    Fiona Reynolds

    Dame Fiona Reynolds DBE became Master of Emmanuel College, Cambridge in 2012. She came to the...

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    John Pritchard

    John became Bishop of the Anglican Diocese of Oxford in 2007. He is author of 15 books on aspects...

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    Provocateurs Heritage

    April Alexander, Henry Russell, Bernard Silverman and Karen Marie Sø Leth-Nissen...

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Podcasts

  • Introduction & all presentations (36.10)

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  • Andrew Mackie presentation (4.57)

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  • John Pritchard presentation (4.53)

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  • Fiona Reynolds presentation (5.07)

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  • Barney White-Spunner presentation (5.17)

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  • Heritage - Questions, comments & responses (46.17)

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