Seasons Greetings

SEASONS GREETINGS
Thanks to all our friends and helpers for supporting the Southern Heritage Trust through these unpredictable times and looking forward to 2021 being a more productive year. 

We are fortunate to live in New Zealand!

Best wishes, health and happiness from the Trustees

Merrin, Jo, Joy, Brent, Janet, Lox & Ann


VISIONS FOR DUNEDIN, OUR HERITAGE, OUR FUTURE - Wed 24th February 6pm. 6 pm

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E News Wednesday, 3rd February 2021

The Trust is planning this year’s series of visits and events for members, some of which will be open to the public.
HERITAGE MATTERS
Do tune in to our regular radio programme of interesting tales about Dunedin and Otago on Otago Access Radio 105.4 FM

Catch up via podcast (www.oar.org.nz) if you cannot listen to the actual broadcasts.

Monday 1 February,  repeat Sunday 7 February
- Millicent Baxter, Port Chalmers goes dry, Archie Dunningham Part II and a sermon on purity.

Monday 15 February, repeat 21 February
- Poisoner William Jarvey, Guerrilla Surgeon and barrister Alf Hanlon.
 
VISIONS FOR DUNEDIN: OUR HERITAGE, OUR FUTURE
The Trust’s regular monthly Visions talks for 2021 will be held on the last Wednesday of each month, February to November at 6pm in the Dunedin Library Dunningham room on the 4th floor (there is a lift)

We are delighted to announce that the speaker for the first talk, scheduled for Wednesday 24 February, is Glen Hazelton

Title: Integrating Heritage into a Central City for the future.

Recently returned to Dunedin after 4.5 years in Perth and Wellington, Glen is leading out the implementation of the DCC's Central City Plan. He will be talking about some of the ideas for incorporating heritage into a once in a generation opportunity to upgrade the central city's public spaces and reflect the changing needs and desires of an increasingly diverse population. 
 
Speaker:  Glen led the heritage program at Dunedin City Council between 2009 and 2016 and led the development and implementation of the Warehouse Precinct Revitalisation Plan, transforming a derelict area into of the city’s most exciting heritage areas. 

Glen is now back in Dunedin working as the Project Director Central City Plan. He has specific interests in collaborative, holistic approaches to heritage and incentivisation of the private sector to work collaboratively to develop positive heritage and urban design outcomes. He is looking forward to sinking his teeth into the Central City Plan and using the lessons learned through the Warehouse Precinct Revitalisation Plan and elsewhere to deliver changes that link economic development, urban regeneration, and amenity and infrastructure improvements.

Wednesday 24 February  -  6pm  -  Dunedin Library  -  4th floor
 
Ann Barsby
03 479 0169
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