How green is your… historic estate?

 A guided tour around Shugborough Historic estate

is the basis of our next Green Museums Knowledge Cafe on 4th june.

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Shugborough are enthusiastic members of our Reducing Bills group and on the tour, as well as water and lighting shugborough logo-lg changes we will see their plans for a solar panel array in the walled garden and their hydroelectric plans for the farm. The site is jointly by Staffordshire County Council in association with the National Trust. We will hear how – and why – both are supporting change and how a Grade1 landscape can offer challenges…

The afternoon will be led by our project co-ordinator Zoe Hanks, grassrootsideas  who will introduce the online toolkit she has devised to help us all gather and galvanise an effective Green Champion Team on our own sites. With Zoe’s mentoring support we are kickstarting the toolkit on a number of sites over the next few months  – will you be one of them?

Everyone is welcome to this event, come and see Shugborough, how it is supporting sustainability and share your stories of how to get your staff and visitors behind your green changes

A small sandwich lunch will be provided ,

Shugborough is a country estate in Great Haywood, Staffordshire, England, 4 miles from Stafford on the edge of Cannock Chase. It comprises a country house, kitchen garden, and model farm .

Taxis are easily available from Stafford train station and, once registered, we can supply you with parking passes for the day

10.00 -10.30 Tea and coffee in the Lichfield SuiteTour of the House and Estate and presentation of Shugborough’s Energy management.
12.45 Lunch & networking
1.30 “I’ve got a toolkit that will turn you green …” Inspiring and following through with your workers (Zoe Hanks, Grassrootsideas)
3.30 Free to roam the site

The café is a mix of training, knowledge sharing, access to expert information & meeting new partners. All museum staff and volunteers are welcome Places are free

(please note: To ensure public funds are not wasted, a £30 charge will be made to those who book but don’t show and don’t give reasonable notice of cancellation)

Flyer downloadable here:Green Museums Knowledge Cafe 4 june

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