Election 2018: Valuing our heritage public forum 15 February
Heritage is an election issue of interest to many people. The National Trust is convening a public forum to debate the risks and opportunities for our heritage with MPs and candidates from major parties invited to respond to your questions about heritage in a Q&A style format on Thursday 15 February at the Bob Hawke Prime Ministerial Centre at the University of South Australia from 6pm-7.30pm.
Admission is free, but pre-registration is required. Places are filling fast, book now.
Christine Trenorden, former judge and Senior Judge of the Environment, Resources and Development Court, will lead a Q&A session with our panel of politicians responding to your questions about the future of our heritage.
The panelists are:
- The Hon Mark Parnell MLC, Parliamentary Leader of the Greens SA
- Mr David Speirs MP, Shadow Minister for Environment, Member for Bright
- The Hon Ian Hunter, MLC, Minister for Sustainability, Environment and Conservation
- The Hon Lord Mayor of Adelaide, Martin Haese
- The Hon Robert Brokenshire, MLC, Australian Conservatives
- Ms Karen Hockley, SA Best candidate for Davenport
- Mr John Darley, Advance SA
Dignity Party (apology)
You can propose a question for the panel in advance by email to firstname.lastname@example.org no later than 11 February.
Come along and have your say in the future of our heritage. Venue: Allan Scott Auditorium, City West Campus (map). Doors open 5.30pm.
Download and share the event flyer: Valuing Our Heritage Forum Flyer final
Join the heritage election debate on Facebook/loveyourlocalheritage