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From August 28 to 30 all eyes will be on the medieval town of Loughrea as it hosts a spectacular weekend of events at the town's second annual medieval festival.
Six groups in Mayo have secured funding for heritage projects in their areas, under a national community grant scheme by the Heritage Council.
The Heritage Council has announced funding for a number of heritage projects in County Westmeath under its 2015 community-based Heritage Grants Scheme.
The winners of the 2015 Irish Responsible Tourism Awards were announced last week at the Radisson Blu Royal Hotel, Dublin. Mulranny received a silver award in the ‘Best Destination for Responsible Tourism” category.
The Heritage Council has announced that €600,000 will be allocated to heritage projects under its 2015 Community-based Heritage Grants Scheme. The grants will aid in the continuing conservation and development of Irish heritage through the support of local community-based groups.
A Ballina exhibition, which recreated a World War One battle scene in miniature, has been named the most innovative event during National Heritage Week 2014.
A High Court injunction is being sought by Friends of the Irish Environment to force the cessation of water extraction from a lough in Connemara.
National Heritage Week 2014 is coming to Westmeath this summer from August 23-31. Coordinated by the Heritage Council, over 1,500 events are scheduled to take place during the week nationwide, the majority of which will be free to attend.
A celebratory gathering to promote Biodiversity Day will take place in Galway on Sunday May 25 from 2pm to 5pm.
The lack of a heritage officer in Westmeath is a regrettable loss to the county, says a prominent local historian.