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The National Biodiversity Data Centre and The Heritage Council launched Ireland’s first Wildlife Weekend recently. The weekend will take place from June 9 to 12 this year, showcasing the unique wildlife and heritage of five of the country’s offshore islands including Mayo's own Clare Island. Supported by the Heritage Council and organised by the National Biodiversity Data Centre, the weekend aims to introduce people to the special world of wildlife in five unique settings: Cape Clear, Inis Mór, Clare Island, Tory Island, and Bere Island.
An evening walk will take place on Clogher Bog Loop each Tuesday for the month of April. The walkers will meet at Clogher Heritage Centre at 7pm on Tuesday evenings. The walk suits all age groups and all levels of fitness and lasts around two hours.
Cnoc Suain cultural retreat, which is located near An Spidéal in Connemara, has been shortlisted for a prestigious world award in Cultural Heritage. The World Responsible Tourism Award (WRTA) is presented to a ‘tourism attraction or experience that is designed to protect and promote the heritage of a community.’ Cnoc Suain founders and owners Dearbhaill Standún and Charlie Troy, offer cultural day experiences, events, and residential programmes for organised groups.
Until a year ago, the artist David Hill did not know how to send an email, and the internet was something of a mystery to him. Fast forward 12 months and he is now successfully operating both a website and Facebook page, that has seen his art bought by collectors, galleries, and retailers across Britain, Ireland, and the USA.
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The Men’s Community Initiative at Áras Inis Gluaire
Amateur and professional photographers are being encouraged to get out and capture Galway's national monuments as part of Wiki Loves Monuments, the biggest photography competition in the world.
Several events are taking place in Athlone for Heritage Week which will come to an end on Sunday.