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Bartlett draws on royal experience for its new course

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The Bartlett School of Graduate Studies is drawing on visitor impact at Buckingham Palace, Windsor and Uppark - as well as looking at other properties of the Royal Household, Royal Collection Trust and The Alice Trust - for a course on historic buildings, conservation management and public access.

It was commissioned by the National Trust for a five-year study of visitors and public buildings. A balance has to be struck between access and preservation of our historic monuments, said course co-ordinator Paul Thomas.

The residential course runs from 23 March to 28 March 1998, tel: 01730 825073.

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