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Title: The Built Heritage Conservation Training Centre, Bnffy Castle, Bontida, Romania Winner of the 2008 E


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The Built Heritage Conservation Training Centre,
Bánffy Castle, Bontida, RomaniaWinner of the
2008 European Union Prize for Cultural
Heritage/Europa Nostra Awards category 4-
Education, training and awareness-raising
2
To address a need to reinstate Traditional
Building Craft SkillsThe Ministry of Culture,
Romania, and the British Council invited the
Transylvania Trust and the Institute of Historic
Building Conservation to develop a project.
3
The Transylvania Trust
  • The Transylvania Trust is a registered charity,
    set up by conservation professionals and
    volunteers in 1996.
  • Our principal aim is to conserve and promote
    Transylvania's rich and diverse built heritage,
    to encourage the society to be receptive towards
    the built environment.
  • The Trust is active in all fields of
    conservation data-recording, inventory, survey,
    building restoration, maintenance, training, and
    also scientific research.

4
Aims of the Training StrategyTo establish a
permanent conservation training centre and
restore a site of international
importanceEncourage use of traditional craft
skills and materialsPromote exchange of
knowledge and expertise at international
levelEncourage sympathetic approach to
conservation throughout Romania and neighbouring
countriesPromote sustainabilityPromote
education and tourism within the historic
environmentEncourage and increase public
awareness in cultural heritage
5
Masonry Consolidation and RenderingPhilosoph
y of Approach encouragesCompatibilityBreathabi
lityMaximum RetentionUse of Local Materials in
Repair
6
CARPENTRYFollows Philosophy of Repair NOT
ReplacementCombines traditional and modern
techniques
7
StonemasonryEmphasises Compatibility in Repair
and New Carving
8
The parallel process of Training and Restoration
provides the springboard for Regeneration The
Kitchen BlockFrom Ruin to Student Accommodation,
Catering and the Cultural Cafe
9
The Miklos Building. Headquarters of the BHCT
Centre
10
The Miklos BuildingFrom Ruin to Teaching Centre
11
BHCT is InternationalOur students
come from Romania, Hungary, Slovakia, Slovenia,
Sweden, Belgium, Croatia, Czech Republic,
Estonia, France, UK, USA, Brazil, AustraliaWe
are developing further links and hope to extend
to other parts of Europe.
12
  • Disseminating know-how at European level
  • and promoting good practice examples
  • in using a built heritage site of European
    significance for the furtherance of social
    integration and citizenship

13
The Cultural Community Hall
14
Living Heritage Craft Workshops
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Reception and Interpretation Facilities
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Our long term aim is REGENERATION to achieve a
SUSTAINABLE future for the Castle and The
CommunitySUSTAINABILITY through LIFELIFE
through DIVERSITYDIVERSITY through PARTNERSHIP
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Sustainability through LIFEEnjoying the
Historic Environment The Bontida Cultural Days
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LIFE through DIVERSITY.
Diversity requires flexibility
Training Cultural Centre Field Study Centre
for Conferences for Weddingsfor Craft Fairs
for Tourism
21
DIVERSITY through PARTNERSHIPPartnership with
the Local Community and the Local
CouncilPartnership through EmploymentPartnership
through Local EnterprisePartnership through
Education
22
Development of curriculum with local schools
  • Through environmental awareness programmes
  • History
  • Geography
  • Arts

23
Success requires SupportThe BHCT Project is
supported by European Union (Culture programme,
pre-accession funds)Romanian and Hungarian
Ministries of Culture ICOMOSThe National
Office for Cultural Heritage (KOH)-HU National
Cultural Fund-HU World Monuments Fund Getty
Grant Programme Headley Trust, The Local
Council of Bontida HRH The Prince of Wales
Royal Patron HRH Princess Margareta of Romania
24
Worldwide Dissemination
  • Presentations in UK, France,
  • Hungary, Romania,
  • Montenegro, India,
  • Belgium, USA,
  • and international
  • TV networks
  • throughout the world

25
  • Romania, Hungary, Croatia, Albania, Kosovo
  • The Banffy Castle experience can help Cultural
    Heritage initiatives in South-East Europe with
    the support of the European Union Culture
    Programme

26
Heritage without Borders Redefining Cultural
Values through the Built Heritage of SE Europe
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Contact details
  • www.heritagetraining-banffycastle.org
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