Dear all,

There appears to be some confusion over the e-mail I sent to the list yesterday with regards to the Local Lists for Local Authorities course being run by HELM. I heard about the course and managed to acquire details from HELM to post to you all. I cannot assist with the course programme or booking places. Please use the contact details provided in the attachment provided for questions directly related to the course itself.

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The only information I have seen so far for this course is the information provided in my previous e-mail. I have contacted the HELM team to find out if there will be any other Local list courses being run and if there are any details I can pass on. I understand that they plan to hold the course in the East Midlands and North West later this year and Yorkshire and Humber Area and South West in 2013. Booking for these will not commence until mid February at the earliest. I also understand that the Birmingham course is now fully booked.

I have been in contact with Gareth Wilson about the issue of widening the range of asset types. I understand that this is likely to be discussed at the Birmingham course.

Yours sincerely

Sarah MacLean

Sarah MacLean
Heritage Information Partnerships Supervisor
English Heritage
Designations Department
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