Launch of Connecting People and Places project

Key details

Date: 8th February 2020

Location: Fairfield House 2 Kelston Road Bath BA1 3QJ

The Connecting People and Places project, funded by Historic England, sets out to ask the question: how have BAME communities had a voice in the planning and design of sites that are significant to them?

Sat, 8 February 2020

The Connecting People and Places project, funded by Historic England, sets out to ask the question: how have BAME communities had a voice in the planning and design of sites that are significant to them?

We are delighted to invite you to Fairfield House in Bath. The Grade 2 listed former residence of Haile Selassie I, Emperor of Ethiopia. He donated it to the city of Bath in 1958 as a residence for the aged. Today the Bath Ethnic Minority Senior Citizens Association (BEMSCA) are the main users of this historic building.

Fairfield House features as a case study in the research report for the Connecting People and Places project. Funded by Historic England and now an engagement phase with support from Heritage Fund.

Join us to mark the launch of the research report and hear more of our future plans.

14:00 – 14:30 Arrival and refreshments

14:30 – 15:45 Stephen Lawrence Trust: Presenting the CPP Research Report

15:45 – 16:30 Fairfield House: Where are we now and tour

16:30 – 17:00 Working together in the future

Fairfield House
2 Kelston Road
Bath
BA1 3QJ

Thank you to all our researchers and regional contacts.

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