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Dun na Si Amenity Park remains open to local public

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A prime amenity, Dún na Sí Heritage Park in Moate, remains open to the public under the current Level 5 Covid-19 restrictions.

Moate Museum and Historical Society awarded Heritage Council grant

Moate Museum and Historical Society clg have been awarded a grant for the purchase of archival boxing for vulnerable documents and textiles by The Heritage Council.

Conservation work begins on Kylemore Abbey church and walled gardens

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Conservation work has begun on two key features of the iconic Kylemore Abbey estate in Connemara - the neo-Gothic Church and the Victorian Walled Gardens.

Heritage Council award for local Mount Temple community group

A notable success has been achieved in recent times by the Mount Temple Holy Trinity Graveyard Group as it was announced as the winner of the Heritage Council’s award for County Westmeath, its production of Hatton's Forge in Baylin giving just cause for the attaining of the accolade.

The Skeffington Arms through the years.

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Walking through Eyre Square today, with the hustle and bustle of that iconic Galway atmosphere, city commuters going about their daily journeys, skateboarder flipping and tricking around the millennium fountain, those lazy afternoon coffee chats among groups of friends dotted around Kennedy Park, its hard to picture this space as it was afew hundreds ago, from then to now still the focal point of Galway life. Yet some iconic reminders of those historic Galway times remain to this day, with none more familiar or welcoming than that of Galway’s Meeting Place, ‘The Skeff’.

Conservation works now completed on Athlone Town wall

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Funded by The Heritage Council through the Irish Walled Towns Network, essential conservation works have been completed on Athlone Town Wall at Court Devenish/Railway View.

Celebrate National Heritage Week with Athlone Castle and Visitor Centre

Athlone Castle Visitor Centre is presently celebrating all matters ‘Heritage and Education: Learning from our Heritage' for Heritage Week 2020.

Galway events showcase our past in celebration of National Heritage Week

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National Heritage Week, one of Ireland’s largest cultural events, starts on Saturday (August 15) with a week of activities across Galway.

25 years of Organic Gardening at Enniscoe

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This year Enniscoe Organic Garden near Crossmolina, one of the oldest in the country, will be celebrating 25 years as a certified organic garden. Certification is carried out annually by the Organic Trust in Ireland.

Heritage video launched on Holy Trinity Graveyard in Mount Temple

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The Mount Temple Holy Trinity Graveyard Group launched its second series of videos last weekend which further celebrates the heritage in the townlands of Mount Temple, Baylin and Moydrum areas.


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