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Preventing loss of valuables in a disaster

Victoria Pearce from Endangered Heritage in conjunction with Queanbeyan Palerang Regional Council will deliver a talk on how best to prepare for disaster in the home. This talk augments the advice from RFS and delivers on how family valuables can be best planned for before fire or flood.

Victoria Pearce is the senior conservator from Endangered Heritage. Victoria started her business after the Duffy fires and then moved to the Queanbeyan Palerang council Region and remembers the 2019 fires and their impact again on friends and neighbours. She is passionate about helping people to identify and plan for the most valuable items in their home. With careful planning even loss from fire can be made less traumatic and there are even ways some items thought lost can be recovered. During this talk, we will cover the identification, documentation, pre-packing and planning for how you can best leave in an adverse event and not be held up worrying that you do not have the most significant things. There will be loads of time for questions.

Event date

Event Details

45 Wallace Street, Braidwood, New South Wales

Participants will be required to wear masks


Sat 30th April at 9.30-10.30am
Sat 30th April at 1.30-2.30pm

Entry fees:
Prebooking required02 62806280
Attendance limit:
Less than 50