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Guidance for RHC hybrid events

Hybrid events combine online and live elements with a limited in-person audience.

For RHC hybrid events taking place from April 2022, the following applies:

  • The pre-recorded videos will be made available a few days in advance of the live elements. You can watch at a time of your own choosing, via our dedicated online space, in the days leading up to the live event
  • We will also have a special screening of these videos taking place in the Library events space (rear of ground floor) should you be unable to access the videos beforehand. The screening will take place in the morning and the live elements in the afternoon of the same day. There is no expectation that people attending in the afternoon will also attend in the morning, but the option to view the recorded presentations in the venue is offered if people want or need to take it up.
  • Live presentations will be made before a limited in-person audience during the afternoon sessions. These will be broadcast and recorded via Microsoft Teams, and will be accessible by people registered as ‘online only’.
  • The live Q&A sessions will also be broadcast, but not recorded.
  • We will send full information on how to access the recorded presentations (which will remain available for some time after the event) as well as how to join the Q&A session to all who register.
  • For people attending in person, please note that Lancaster University continues to recommend wearing a face covering for those who are able to do so.
  • Please note that ticket prices are different for in-person attendance vs online only. Choose the appropriate option carefully when booking through our Online Store.

Due to the ongoing situation with Covid-19, the Regional Heritage Centre is unable to make firm commitments about the planned programme of study days and other events on the heritage of North West England. Depending on government guidance at the time, our programme may change at short notice.

All events will be held at Lancaster University unless otherwise stated.

To request a paper booking form please email

Our Patrons and Friends receive a 10% discount off the attendance fee for our conferences, study days and most other events.

Our Patrons will receive invitations to exclusive events in addition. 

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Regional Heritage Centre
Department of History
Bowland College
Lancaster University
United Kingdom

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+44 (0)1524 593770

Usually staffed on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday 9:30-15:30

RHC Director:
Professor Fiona Edmonds

Academic Co-ordinator:
Dr Sam Riches

Ann-Marie Michel

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