Melbourne Heritage Action AGM 2016

The committee of Melbourne Heritage Action invites everyone interested in heritage to our AGM, to be held 24th August 2016.

There will be a talk by current MHA President Tristan Davies on heritage issues in Melbourne over the past 12 months, and a discussion about the future directions for our campaigns to protect Melbourne’s heritage. Everyone is welcome to come and along and listen or join in.

Date: 6:15-7:30pm, Wednesday 24th August 2016

Venue: National Trust, Tasma Terrace, National Trust of Australia (Victoria), Tasma Terrace, 4 Parliament Place, East Melbourne Vic 3002 – NT website

Join MHA

If you have thought about taking a more active role in heritage protection this is a great opportunity to come and find out how to get involved. This year we really need some extra volunteers to help us with our campaigns – no prior expertise is necessary, just enthusiasm and a little bit of spare time! We welcome nominations for position on the committee as well expressions of interest from anyone interested in taking an active role. If you have any questions please contact us here.

We always need more people to help with a variety of things such as writing objections, updating the website, research, media, social media and so on. You don’t need to have a lot of free time, the more people on board to help, the more we can achieve.

The AGM is also a chance to help us decide on our goals for the next year. Even if you don’t have time to take an active role we would still welcome you to come along and share your ideas about the work that MHA is doing and about how we can all continue to fight for Melbourne’s heritage.

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