BGS is delighted to welcome Clementine Cecil, Director of SAVE Britain’s Heritage, SAVE Europe’s Heritage and Chairman of the Moscow Architectural Preservation Society, for this talk on the Campaign to Save Tbilisi’s Historic Buildings. She will discuss the threats to historic Tbilisi, show how the reports of SAVE & MAPS (Moscow Architectural Preservation Society) can be used as a campaign tool, and tell us how some of the successful campaigns using such reports have been waged in Moscow, in Russia and in the UK.
Clem Cecil was the Moscow Correspondent for The Times (2001-2004) & co-founder of MAPS which she has chaired since 2012. She has written reports on the Architectural Heritage of Samara, St. Petersburg and Moscow, & writes freelance for The Times on Russia, Architecture and Conservation. She is currently working on a City Guide to Moscow and a report on rural Russian churches under threat. She is also an enthusiastic member of the Tbilisi Heritage Group. She is a tremendous advocate for the conservation of historic buildings, helped to lead SAVE’s campaign to save Smithfield Market (www.savebritainsheritage.org) and is a most engaging speaker. SAVE has been described as “the most influential conservation group to have been established since William Morris founded the Society for the Protection Ancient Buildings over a century ago”.
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Tuesday 10th March, 7pm at the Georgian Embassy, 4 Russell Gardens, London W14 8EZ