Lough Erne Landscape Partnership


The Lough Erne Landscape Partnership (LELP) has been established to ensure that Lough Erne’s unique built, natural and cultural heritage is protected, enhanced and cherished by all.

The aim of the partnership is to focus on the conservation and promotion of Lough Erne’s landscape character and unique heritage. LELP will address ecological issues, reconnect communities with their heritage, bring economic and social benefits, and create links between stakeholders to realise a longer-term goal of the coordinated management of the landscape.

 Just over £2.6 million has been set aside by the National Lottery Heritage Fund to support LELP deliver a range of strategic and community based activities and projects from 2018 to 2023.  The funding for this scheme would not be possible if it were not for the support and generosity of the National Lottery Players.

The LELP Partnership is led by RSPB NI and includes Fermanagh and Omagh District Council, Fermanagh Rural Community Network, Lough Erne Heritage, National Trust, Upper Lough Erne Region and Waterways Ireland.

Upcoming Events

november, 2021

02nov7:00 pmHeritage on the Ground: Knowing your audience

03novAll DayClosing Date for Heritage Skills Train the Trainer Course

10nov10:30 amWorkshop for Community Groups interested in reusing empty historic buildings

10nov7:00 pmFermanagh and Omagh Visitor Experience Development Plan

16nov7:00 pmDeveloping Nature Friendly Landscapes for Breeding Waders - Workshop 1

17novAll DayClosing Date for JobStart Roles

23nov3:00 pmBack to The Backstreets

23nov5:30 pmBack to The Backstreets, Facebook Live Stream

24nov11:00 amMaintaining your treasured Place of Worship

27novAll DayRequest for Quotation: Draft Tourism Development Plan

27novAll Day05decNational Tree Week 2021

27nov1:30 pmBring and Tell Event - Back Streets Dardanelles Project

30nov11:00 amEducation Forum

Latest News

  • National Tree Week 2021

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    🌳🌳 National Tree Week 27th November to 5th December 2021 🌳🌳 This week is National Tree Week! Which is the UK’s largest annual tree celebration, marking the start of the winter tree planting season (which is November to March each year). Did you know there are more than 3 trillion trees on ear…
  • Developing Nature Friendly Landscapes for Breeding Waders – A series of Virtual Workshops

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    The Lough Erne Landscape Partnership in partnership with Curlew Life are hosing a series of three virtual workshops focusing on the plight of breeding waders within our landscape. We will be joined by a range of expert speakers at each workshop and discover how more about these magnifice…
  • Enniskillen Backstreets Community Dig

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    We were delighted to be joined by BBC News NI at the Enniskillen Archaeology Dig, and delighted to see some historical BBC footage of the Backstreets of the Island Town. Follow the link below to learn more about the LELP community dig and the history of this fascinating site https://www.bbc.c…

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    Join the Mummers in Fermanagh House on Thursday 9th December at 7:30pm for their event Brining the House Down, a presentation on the folk lore of Fermanagh's Mummers.
    Visit https://lelp.org.uk/events/the-mummers-bringing-the-house-down/ for more info!

    This week is National Tree Week! Did you know there are more than 3 trillion trees on earth – that’s 422 times as many trees as people! National Tree Week is a great excuse to get outside and identify trees. Visit our website for fun activities:
    https://lelp.org.uk/national-tree-week-2021/

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