Advertise WITH THE NHTG

Working towards a sustainable business plan, the NHTG is offering advertising opportunities for organisations and businesses who offer quality products and services to the built heritage sector. As the NHTG is a not-for-profit organisation, all income raised will be used to continue our work supporting and lobbying for heritage building skills and training.

Heritage Training Providers Online Database

The heritage building skills training providers database is a much-used tool, which allows visitors to the NHTG website to search for courses in their area by subject and qualification level. This database is growing each month and gains new visitors every day. Inclusion in the database will remain free of charge for heritage training providers, as it is at the heart of the NHTG's ethos: giving people access to good quality training.

Are you a heritage skills training provider? To be added to the database please contact us.

Events Listing

All events are listed in our events calendar here. The rates for listing your events are as follows:

£50 – list six events per year
 
£100 – list 12 events per year
 
£200 – list 12 events per year and a banner advert on the homepage for a four week period.
 
£50 – A bundle of six extra listings
 
£250 -Banner advertising for a special event on the NHTG homepage. A large 920 x 285 pixel sized banner in the rotating carousel on the homepage. This includes a heading, photo, logo and web link. (one per month available)
 
50% discount for listed charities.
 

Job Advertising

List a job: £150
To list a job here costs £150. The job will be included in the NHTG monthly newsletter, following the submission of job details. The newsletter is sent to over 7,000 contacts and will be publicised through our social media channels.

Newsletter Sponsorship

Newsletter sponsorship: £300 for a month or £3000 for one year
Sponsoring the monthly newsletter, which goes out to over 7,000 contacts costs £300 per month. Sponsor the newsletter for a year at the discounted rate of £3,000. This includes a feature article in the newsletter about the business, logo, photo and web link. The newsletter is also made available online and publicised through the NHTG's social media channels. See an example of an NHTG newsletter here.

Web Advertising

Web advertising package: £400 per calendar month
This includes a static advert on the homepage of the NHTG website, a large 920 x 285 pixel sized banner in the rotating carousel on the homepage. This includes a 75 words, logo and web link on the static advert. Heading, photo, logo and web link on the rotating banner.
Sponsorship package: £600 per calendar month
This includes sponsorship of the newsletter (outlined above), a static advert on the homepage of the NHTG website, a large 920 x 285 pixel sized banner in the rotating carousel on the homepage. This includes  75 words, business logo and web link on the static advert. Heading, photo, logo and web link on the rotating banner.

How to Advertise

To find out more about these offers, please contact the NHTG email [email protected] or phone 01246 252363.
Terms and conditions

In addition to our standard terms and conditions, the NHTG exists to promote and support the traditional buiding skills sector which includes relevant materials, techniques, skills, knowledge and understanding that are required to sustainably care for old buildings. Therefore, the NHTG reserves the right to refuse advertising requests from companies whose operations, goods or services are deemed not to reflect or support our aims and objectives .

Due to high demand the NHTG cannot guarantee to include all events within the listings calendar into the monthly newsletter. The NHTG reserves the right to ensure fair proportion of events listings between charities.

The NHTG reserves the right to update or revise these terms and conditions at any time.

 

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Events

Stone Carving - Beginners

A fantastic two day course learning the art of stone carving with expert stone carver Sebastian Rasch.

Using traditional lime and clay renders and plasters

Lime and Clay plasters have been used historically and this day provides advice to those who wish to restore their period property and demonstrate how breathable renders and plasters can be efficiently applied to new buildings.

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This session is divided into two illustrated talks, with the first session looking at what repair methods might be appropriate to heavy carpentry and the tools that a modern carpenter might use.