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Public Talks

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The Ouseburn Trust Heritage Group provides a number of public talks on the history and heritage of the Ouseburn Valley.


All events take place in the upstairs room of the The Cumberland Arms http://www.thecumberlandarms.co.uk/ at 7:30pm and are free of charge.


Here’s the rest of this season’s details


Heritage presentation


Monday 16th January 2006

Derek Hilton Brown (Newcastle City Council Ecologist) will talk to us about Newcastle's Biodiversity Action Plan - 'Your Wildlife'. The Ouseburn Valley is an important wildlife corridor and can be thought of as a green artery running through this truly unique part of the City.



Monday 20th March 2006

Please note that the actual topic of this presenation may change

Greg Stone (Newcastle City Council Executive member for Regeneration, Planning and Transport) and Mick Firth (Newcastle City Council Group Manager for Development Planning)

Future developments in the Lower Ouseburn Valley

How the history and heritage of the lower Ouseburn Valley has been, and will be, taken into account when considering developments here.


Monday 15th May 2006

Mike Greatbatch (Newcastle City Council Heritage Interpretation Development Officer)

Discovering the Heritage of the River Ouseburn, from Callerton to the Tyne.

Mike will also give us our annual update on the progress of the PURE Ouseburn project.

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