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Lough Erne Spiritual Trail - Sharing Folklore, Histories and Stories!
Between 1pm - 8pm on Monday 27th January 2020
at Waterway HQ, 2 Sligo Road, Enniskillen, BT74 7JY

Lough Erne Spiritual Trail - Sharing Folklore, Histories and Stories! Waterways Ireland in partnership with the Lough Erne Landscape Partnership, will be hosting a community outreach event on Monday 27th January 2020 between 1-8pm at Waterways Ireland HQ, 2 Sligo Road, Enniskillen, BT74 7JY. On this date the Centre for Data Digitisation and Analysis at Queen’s University Belfast will provide an opportunity for the public to engage with their local history by sharing tales and folklore, as well as their memories and stories concerning selected spiritual sites around Lough Erne. Attendees are encouraged to drop in and share their memorabilia and photographs of these sites, along with any stories or folktales they may know.

For more information please click here or click here to see full flyer.


North of Ireland Family History Society
Saturday 7th March 2020 10.00 am - 4.00 pm
Dungannon, 26 Market Square, BT70 1AB

 

 

The North of Ireland Family History Society, in collaboration with Queen’s University, invites you to explore your ancestors, family, and local history, to record and preserve their stories and memorabilia for the future. Bring your objects and artefacts (photographs, letters etc.) and share these with our experienced Researches, This Digital Roadshow, which is being run by the North of Ireland Family History Society, as part of our 40th anniversary year of celebrations, is being facilitated by the Centre for Digital Data Analysis (CDDA) at Queen’s University, Belfast.

For more information please click here


 

“Archaeology Unlocked!"

11 - 19 July 2020

Please join us in this year's digital CBA “Festival of Archaeology” for lots of new and exciting ways to discover our past.

Online events, activities and projects celebrate the value of archaeology in the broadest sense, our local landscapes, places, artefacts, folklore and culture.

"Archaeology Unlocked!" is all about 'unlocking' the past, and exploring local heritage on our doorsteps through five different themes during the Festival week:

People & Places --11-12th July #HeritageNIPeoplePlaces

Life & Death --13th-14th July #HeritageNILifeDeath

Rivers & Bogs --15th-16th July #HeritageNIRiversBogs

Health & Medicine --17th-18th July #HeritageNIHealthMedicine

Erosion & Erasure --19th July #HeritageNIErosionErasure

Please visit the HeritageNI.org website for more details and information of what’s on.

Get involved through our social media wall, using Twitter hashtags #HeritageNI and #archaeologyunlocked

"Archaeology Unlocked!" is sponsored by Heritage Hub @ QUB, Centre for Data Digitisation and Analysis, and Northern Ireland Museums Council


 

 

“Archaeology Unlocked!"

11 - 19 July 2020

Please join us in this year's digital CBA “Festival of Archaeology” for lots of new and exciting ways to discover our past.

Online events, activities and projects celebrate the value of archaeology in the broadest sense, our local landscapes, places, artefacts, folklore and culture.

"Archaeology Unlocked!" is all about 'unlocking' the past, and exploring local heritage on our doorsteps through five different themes during the Festival week:

People & Places --11-12th July #HeritageNIPeoplePlaces

Life & Death --13th-14th July #HeritageNILifeDeath

Rivers & Bogs --15th-16th July #HeritageNIRiversBogs

Health & Medicine --17th-18th July #HeritageNIHealthMedicine

Erosion & Erasure --19th July #HeritageNIErosionErasure

Please visit the HeritageNI.org website for more details and information of what’s on.

Get involved through our social media wall, using Twitter hashtags #HeritageNI and #archaeologyunlocked

"Archaeology Unlocked!" is sponsored by Heritage Hub @ QUB, Centre for Data Digitisation and Analysis, and Northern Ireland Museums Council


 

2020-06-02 # Mapping the Centenary

IWM - MAPPING THE CENTENARY

 

Mapping the Centenary is a digital portal containing information about projects and activities that marked the First World War Centenary from 2014 – 2019.

We invite organisations and individuals to tell us about their activity - from websites to events, to learning resources and historical research – to help us to understand how the centenary was marked. Launching in June 2020, we will create a searchable database, link to project websites where applicable, and provide guidance on archiving and digital preservation.

Mapping the Centenary is developed with the kind support of the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport.

We would  like to invite you/your contacts to complete a listing for inclusion, via https://www.iwm.org.uk/partnerships/mapping-the-centenary. The ‘Add Your Project’ Submission form takes roughly fifteen minutes to fill out, and will act to ensure that the legacy of projects is recorded within this national repository. Sharing the link will also help to raise awareness so that others can do the same, so please pass this on to anyone who may be interested. 

PRESERVING DIGITAL PROJECTS

IWM cannot host or preserve websites, or digital or physical content, on your behalf. But we can recommend some resources to help you preserve your online project.
 
WW1 Community Platform A portal specifically for First World War Centenary projects funded by National Lottery Heritage Fund.
 
 
2020-06-02 # WW1 Community Portal

Heritage Lottery Fund Update 25/08/2020

Please click here for more information


 

 

 

Virtual EHOD will take place from 7 to 13 September.

Whilst this year’s EHOD looks a little different to previous years the main aim is still to allow people to visit properties and locations, albeit virtually. We are working hard on a timetable for the week-long event to deliver virtual visits to sites and properties, offer guided tours and host lectures and talks. You can keep up to date on what is happening across our social media channels and view all events on our Facebook.

https://www.facebook.com/ehodni/


 

 
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