The Society (based at Burlington House in London) is a registered charity and the oldest learned society in Britain concerned with the material remains of the past. The Society consists of 3,000 Fellows who are scholars and practitioners working across the cultural heritage sector. The Society also owns and manages a historic property in Oxfordshire, Kelmscott Manor, which was the former Cotswolds retreat of William Morris and the final home of his daughter, May Morris.
Heritage Skills Conservation Work Placement
Fantastic opportunity for people wishing to learn Heritage Skills during the conservation-led development works at the Grade-I-Listed Kelmscott Manor, home of William Morris (1834 –1896).
We can offer up to two work-based placements between November 2020 – March 2021 for people wishing to enter the heritage construction industry and will cover a broad range of heritage techniques.
Placements will work alongside an experienced co-worker so their work can be monitored and supported to meet the high standards required in specialist building conservation work.
For more information and details on how to apply click here [.pdf]
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