Much of the IHBC’s work is built on the contributions of active and informed volunteers who help care for heritage in local communities, and now the IHBC is seeking a volunteer interested in rural heritage policy and advocacy to lead our Rural Panel as successor to Carole Ryan.
image: Peter Badcock
Roy Lewis, Chair of the IHBC Policy Committee that oversees the Rural Panel, said ‘IHBC panels are a great way to keep up to date on new policy as it emerges, and also help shape it on our behalf’.
‘help us make a difference’ in rural policy and advocacy’
IHBC Director Seán O’Reilly said: ‘As Panel lead you can shape your agenda in a critical area of national advocacy that will impact on local communities. We can help support, guide and frame that work in any way that suits your capacity and primary interests.’
‘This way you can help us make a difference’ in rural policy and advocacy across the UK, while also helping build both your learning and our rural communities’
The IHBC writes:
The purpose of the [Rural] panel is to raise the profile of IHBC by providing a view on rural matters on which the Institute is consulted, be proactive by raising rural issues and also sharing important developments.
For more background and to explore any interest in the role simply contact IHBC’s Director Seán O’Reilly at firstname.lastname@example.org, ideally including a CV or other summary of your relevant experience.
See more on the Rural Panel – and other IHBC panels