Historic Places Central Otago AGM Was Held At Olivers, Clyde on Saturday September 14 @ 2pm (2013)


The Historic Places AGM was held at Olivers.

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Historic Places Central Otago AGM at Olivers, Clyde on Saturday September 14 @ 2pm (2013)

Dear Heritage Enthusiasts

2013 Historic Places Central Otago AGM

We invite you to join us at Olivers, Clyde on Saturday September 14 @ 2pm prompt for our Historic Places Central Otago AGM. 

We also welcome non members to attend to get a feel for what we are doing and to meet other heritage enthusiasts who also share the vast world of Heritage that is Central Otago.

The venue again will be the wonderful historic precinct at Olivers courtesy of Andrea and David Ritchie.  There will also be a tour of the old barn which we saw in its raw state last year and is now the private residence of the Ritchie’s.  Andrea and David have offered to let us into their private world so you can see the true meaning of adaptive reuse of a registered Category I precinct.  This is a very unique opportunity so don’t miss it.

The AGM will have two guest speakers who are very complementary:

Shonagh Kenderdine is the Chairperson of New Zealand Historic Places Trust and a retired Environmental Court judge.
Otago born and bred she also has family now resident in Central Otago.  In addition to her role nationally in regard to heritage with HPT, she keeps a very close eye on heritage happenings in our neck of the woods and will be presenting some views about retaining heritage and in particular will comment on Bannockburn Hall.

Our other guest speaker is our very own Nick Taylor who is at the coalface of restoration with his property - Butlers Farm at Fruitlands.
Nick and Keith Hinds have just run a successful stonemasons course for HPCO and Nick will be showing the restoration to date on the stone buildings at Fruitlands.

Membership of Historic Places Aotearoa – Join us in heritage

We need your support and membership so that we can continue to work for the preservation of our heritage.

By joining in the next 2 weeks, you will be entitled to fully participate in the AGM as well as supporting what we aim to do in the years to come.

Membership will entitle you to future discounts on any stonemason’s courses we may hold and we will be introducing member discounts on our heritage tours and other events.

Members can also receive 10% discount on minimum 2 night stays at Olivers and we will try and extend this to other superior heritage accommodation throughout New Zealand.

There are six other Regional Societies like ours throughout New Zealand and we are expanding our membership continually.

Become a member of HPA and support us in the Central Otago Region.

I look forward to seeing you at our AGM

David White

Historic Places Central Otago Inc.
P O Box 192 Cromwell 9342
03 445 4777 or 021 359 792

Log on to  www.historicplacesaotearoa.org.nz
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