Minister Ed Vaizey to join panel for debate on cultural tourism at Broughton Hall (From Craven Herald)
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Minister Ed Vaizey to join panel for debate on cultural tourism at Broughton Hall
10:00am Tuesday 3rd September 2013 in News
Ed Vaizey, Minister for Culture, Communications and Creative Industries, is among an international panel of expert speakers who will debate the future of cultural tourism at a conference to be held in Craven next month.
Mr Vaizey is the keynote speaker at Expanding Horizons, an annual one-day summit, organised by PEEL Heritage.
This year’s event will take place at Broughton Hall on Thursday, September 12.
Mr Vaizey will discuss the role the Government is playing in promoting the UK’s unique historical and arts heritage at home and abroad.
Other guest speakers include Agnès Alfandari, deputy director of Cultural Production at the Louvre’ Fiona Spiers, head of the Heritage Lottery Fund for Yorkshire and Humber; Count Rodolphe de Looz-Corswarem, president of the European Historic Houses Association; and Roger Tempest, owner of Broughton Hall.
It is expected that 100 delegates from the heritage, museums and cultural tourism sector will attend the conference.