The national workshop held in Pomáz on June 10 discussed how municipalities, local governments, NGOs and local communities can cooperate in protecting heritage and promoting good practices of involving the wider public in adaptive heritage reuse. The one-day event took place in the Teleki-Wattay castle, a 250 year-old monument that now operates as a hotel and a community and event center. The presenters included architects, ethnography experts, archaeologists, local teachers, as well as officials of the local government. In the afternoon the participants visited the local Ethnography House that had recently been reopened, the local “heritage court” that formed as a bottom-up initiative and as a result of public-private-people partnership, and also paid a visit to the Lab itself.