The CHERISH team will be attending conferences throughout the UK and Ireland, and further afield into Europe, to promote the work of the project. Please see the calendar and news page for a list of conferences where CHERISH will be present.

If you are arranging a conference and would like a member of the CHERISH team to give a talk on the project or provide an exhibition at the conference please contact the project team.

A final CHERISH conference will be held at Dublin Castle in 2021 which will have an international focus and papers by leading specialists and practitioners, it will present the findings of the project and look at the way forward.

The CHERISH Project held a successful Professional Seminar on Thursday 17th May 2018 in Venue Cymru, Llandudno. The seminar was attended by nearly 80 delegates including members of the CHERISH Advisory Committee and Project Partners. A range of speakers presented position papers on UK climate change and coastal heritage policy from Scotland, England, Wales and Ireland as well as talks about survey, research and public engagement. The free one day seminar comprosed of three sessions focussing on ‘Strategies for our Changing Coasts – Regional and National Perspectives’, ‘Meeting the challenge: CHERISH Project Update’ and ‘Engaging Coastal Communities’.

LLANDUDNO 2018 Seminar Presenters (L-R): James Barry (GSI), Sandra Henry (Discovery Programme), Anthony Corns (Discovery Programme), Louise Barker (RCAHMW), Andy Godber (National Trust), Stephanie Ostrich (CITiZAN), Clive Walmsley (Natural Resources Wales), Joanna Hambly (SCAPE Trust), Hannah Fluck (Historic England), Jean-Francois Dulong (Welsh Local Government Association), Ian Doyle (Heritage Council), Jim Hansom (Dynamic Coast), Tom Dawson (SCAPE Trust).

Seminar Presenters (L-R): James Barry (GSI), Sandra Henry (Discovery Programme), Anthony Corns (Discovery Programme), Louise Barker (RCAHMW), Andy Godber (National Trust), Stephanie Ostrich (CITiZAN), Clive Walmsley (Natural Resources Wales), Joanna Hambly (SCAPE Trust), Hannah Fluck (Historic England), Jill Bullen (Natural Resources Wales), Ian Doyle (Heritage Council), Jim Hansom (Dynamic Coast), Tom Dawson (SCAPE Trust).

Audience at the CHERISH Professional Seminar: Llandudno 2018

Audience at the CHERISH Professional Seminar: Llandudno 2018

Presentations

Introduction - Anthony Corns (CHERISH Project/Discovery Programme) - Download PDF

Session 1 - STRATEGIES FOR OUR CHANGING COASTS – REGIONAL AND NATIONAL PERSPECTIVESChairs: Hywel Griffiths (CHERISH Project/Aberystwyth University) & Emlyn Jones (Gwynedd County Council)

Key themes in managing coastal change – lessons from Welsh policy and delivery - Clive Walmsley (Natural Resources Wales) - Download PDF
Coastal heritage landscapes: a perspective from Ireland - Ian Doyle (Heritage Council) - Download PDF
Welsh Historic Environment Sectoral Adaptation Plan - Jill Bullen (on behalf of the Historic Environment Group (HEG) Climate Change Subgroup) - Download PDF
Dynamic Coast: an evidence base to support coastal adaptation and resilience planning in Scotland - Jim Hansom and Alastair Rennie (Dynamic Coast) - Download PDF
Climate Change Priorities in EnglandHannah Fluck (Historic England) - Download PDF
The Wales Coastal Monitoring Centre - Emlyn Jones (Gwynedd Consultancy) - Download PDF

Session 2 –MEETING THE CHALLENGE: CHERISH PROJECT UPDATE.

CHERISH Project Update - Toby Driver (RCAHMW), Louise Baker (RCAHMW), Sandra Henry (Discovery Programme), James Barry (GSI), Sarah Davies (Aberystwyth University) - Download PDF

Session 3 –ENGAGING COASTAL COMMUNITIESChair: Tom Dawson (SCAPE)

Climate Change Priorities at the National Trust - Andy Godber (National Trust) - Download PDF
Scotland’s Coastal Heritage at Risk Project: results and reflections - Joanna Hambly (SCAPE Trust) - Download PDF
CITiZAN science: 3 years of community archaeology on England’s coastline - Stephanie Ostrich (CITiZAN) - Download PDF

The CHERISH team will be attending conferences throughout the UK and Ireland, and further afield into Europe, to promote the work of the project. Please see the calendar and news page for a list of conferences where CHERISH will be present.

If you are arranging a conference and would like a member of the CHERISH team to give a talk on the project or provide an exhibition at the conference please contact the project team.

A final CHERISH conference will be held at Dublin Castle in 2021 which will have an international focus and papers by leading specialists and practitioners, it will present the findings of the project and look at the way forward.