IHBCInstitute of Historic Building Conservation (UK)
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IHBCInternational Health and Beauty Council
IHBCIrish-Hungarian Business Circle (Hungary)
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The IHBC put on record their thanks to Liverpool for showing off the region's transportation heritage at its very best.
|CLASSIC DESIGN: IHBC Annual School delegates visiting the old Liverpool Air Terminal at Speke
She said that IHBC is Pakistan's first centralized blood center and provides international quality screened blood to partner hospitals across the city.
Explaining the blood collection and screening process at IHBC, she said that blood is obtained solely from `Voluntary Blood Donors', ensuring low-risk donations whereas an `Online Blood Ordering System' is also available for partner hospitals where they may make requests for the required quantity of blood online.
Wales branch chairman Richard Dean said: "The IHBC is delighted that the Bill will help ensure that owners live up to their responsibilities to care for their historic properties."
He spends his days meeting with a IHBC's sales teams and a diverse, global clientele.
FORMER chief architect for the Welsh Government's historic environment service Cadw, Trefor Thorpe, has been elected president of The Institute of Historic Building Conservation (IHBC).
IHBC is the UK's professional body for conservation specialists.
He said: "It is a great privilege to be elected as president of the IHBC.
Richard Dean, IHBC Wales Branch chairman, said: "It is great to have someone so capable, and so well connected as Trefor as our new IHBC president.
Baby massage instruction is available in Newcastle from experts Trish Carlson SRN MAR IFPA at the Chiropractic Centre in Heaton, (0191) 265-6688 and Marie Welsh IHBC IIHHT MAR in Kenton, (0191) 284-8594.
Mr Blanchard said the IHBC recently asked Cadw - the historic buildings arm of the Welsh Assembly Government - to undertake research on the extent to which conservation posts are in decline.