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‘Heritage Keepers’ Programme Seeking Participants

Nov 23, 2021 | EIP-AGRI News, Farm Viability News, LEADER News

Burrenbeo Trust is inviting expressions of interest from primary schools, secondary schools and community groups who are interested in participating in their new ‘Heritage Keepers’ programme (the deadline for submissions is 1st Dec).

‘Heritage Keepers’ is a free programme for schools or communities that will enable them to work together to explore the built, natural, and cultural heritage of their local place and then plan an action or actions to enhance their place. The ‘Heritage Keepers’ programme will initially be offered to a limited number of schools and communities nationwide in Spring 2022, through a series of five 2-hour workshops. In-person, online and blended learning options will be made available and there are also options for teachers and community facilitators to become ‘Heritage Keepers’ programme trainers.

Two online information sessions have been organised for 23rd Nov at 12.30pm and 25th Nov at 7.30pm for those who are interested in learning more.

Schools and communities who are interested can find Information and Expression of Interest forms here: https://burrenbeo.com/hk/

The ‘Heritage Keepers’ programme is being rolled out by Burrenbeo Trust in partnership with the Heritage Council and with support funding from Rethink Ireland’s Glas Community Fund.

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