Launch the new EU Project Recognising Cultural & Heritage Opportunities for Tourism SME’s (ROOTS)
Momentum [educate+innovate] invite you to the launch of Recognising Cultural Heritage Opportunities for Tourism (ROOTS), an Erasmus+ Project which enables small tourism enterprises to harness the potential of Cultural Heritage Tourism to successfully grow their businesses.
Why attend this event?
Tourism SME's will learn innovative strategies to develop their operation, engage new target markets and compete on a global level. Hear from expert European and local guest speakers with both academia and industry experience who share their expertise in relation to this project and subject area.
Date and Time: Tuesday 2 April 11.45 to 15.00
Location: Manorhamilton Castle & Visitors Centre
You can book your FREE place at the launch here:
What’s Your Leitrim Heritage? Survey
What aspects of Leitrim’s Heritage do you value and want to see celebrated and conserved?
Leitrim County Council wants to know What’s Your Leitrim Heritage? The information gathered in the survey will feed into the new Leitrim Heritage Plan, which will set out the priority Heritage actions in Leitrim to be implemented over the next five years.
Have your say by clicking here to complete the survey.
There are drop in information sessions, where you can call in, hear more about the Leitrim Heritage Plan and get advice on making a submission to the What’s Your Leitrim Heritage? survey.
Come say hello to us and have a chat about your local heritage at:
· Manorhamilton Library on Tuesday 19th March from 4 – 7pm.
· Carrick-on-Shannon Library on Wednesday 20th March from 3 – 6pm
· Ballinamore Library on Thursday 21st March from 4 – 7pm
Survey closing date: 10th April 2019
Applications are now open for Adopt a Monument 2019.
Is there a much loved monument in your area that you would like to learn more about? The Heritage Council are seeking applications from community groups across Ireland for their Adopt a Monument scheme.
The scheme is a way of bringing monuments into the heart of your community. Our heritage is rich and diverse so a monument can be anything including ringforts, lime kilns, sites associated with the travelling community, or modern sites.
For communities, the Adopt a Monument Scheme offers a way of promoting pride in our monuments. It also offers opportunities to develop and understand the story of your locality and to work collaboratively together. From mentoring and training to assistance with funding applications and community events, the Heritage Council works in partnership to help to develop a deeper understanding of the monument and its place in the landscape and the team work with the communities to create and implement bespoke plans for each monument.
Application forms (see link below to webpage) must be submitted to: firstname.lastname@example.org by 28th February 2019
The Heritage Council have announced the dates and theme for National Heritage Week 2019:
National Heritage Week 2019
17-25 August 2019
Pastimes | Past Times
If you are thinking about hosting a Heritage Week event next year please see the brilliant 100 Event Ideas Booklet for some event inspiration.
Event registration will open on 1 May 2019.
Find out more about being a part of National Heritage Week at www.heritageweek.ie.