IHBC’s new Context out now! Nourish your CPD with food, drink and conservation – all in new compostable envelopes too!

The latest issue of the IHBC’s membership journal Context is now out, ranging widely across its nutrition-industry themes and the IHBC’s conservation own CPD skills framework of the Areas of Competence in the Conservation Cycle, all now delivered in sturdy compostable envelopes to reflect our wider sustainable service credentials.

This issue encompasses the diverse approaches to the full spectrum of the IHBC’s Areas of Competence demanded of IHBC members, including Evaluation, on significance and heritage protection in Cambridge, Management, exploring Hull and its changes – managed and otherwise – and Intervention, in finding a new purpose for the Horlicks Factory.

Readers also will find the usual regular features such as book reviews, reports from the IHBC Chair and Director, and of course Bob Kindred’s regular feature update periodicals – bundling hours of CPD into minutes – as well as special features including ‘Saving the Commonwealth’s heritage’ by Philip Davies.

Issue 165’s themed articles include:

  • The decline and revival of food markets, Peter de Figueiredo
  • Buildings, food and festivities, Louise Priestman
  • Cambridge Market’s living heritage, Kati Preston
  • Significance and heritage protection at Cambridge Market, John Preston
  • Incredible Edible Todmorden, Ceinwen Paynton
  • The changing face of the English pub, Geoff Brandwood
  • The Improved Public House, Fiona Newton
  • The Co-op: horse and cart to hypermarket, Lynn Pearson
  • A new purpose for the Horlicks Factory, Madeleine Rigby
  • From Chaucer to Fawlty Towers, Graham Tite

 …the full spectrum of the IHBC’s Areas of Competence…

Special and regular features include:

  • Saving the Commonwealth’s heritage, Philip Davies
  • Periodically, Bob Kindred on recent conservation and heritage periodicals
  • Notes from the chair, David McDonald
  • Director’s cut, Sean O’Reilly
  • Vox pop
  • Book reviews
  • Inter alia, on ‘Church building in the Marches’

Access the online archive and see the online issue

Reading Context helps IHBC members develop their skills across all of the IHBC’s Areas of Competence, and so is a critical baseline in addressing priorities in Continuing Professional Development (CPD)

logoSee more IHBC background and guidance on IHBC CPD and on how you might use past, current and future issues of Context

See the formal guidance paper on IHBC CPD (scheduled for update)

See more on the IHBC Competences and Areas of Competence

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