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

july, 2022

02jul11:00 am1:00 amWildflower Walk

02jul1:30 pm3:30 pmWildflower Walk

02jul2:00 pmTraditional Cot Launch

08jul8:45 pmWild About the Workhouse Bat & Swift Walk

10jul10:00 amBelleek Regatta 2022

Latest News

  • Phase 1 of Wide Awake Way Launches

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    The first phase of the new Devenish pathway “The Wide Awake Way”, a 5km  looped pathway in the Devenish area.  The pathway is being delivered as part of the Lough Erne Landscape Partnership scheme in partnership with Fermanagh and Omagh District Council and Devenish Partnership Forum a…
  • REQUEST FOR QUOTATION – Films /Documentaries Project

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    The Courthouse Kesh Limited (CKL) seeks quotes from suitably qualified organisations/individuals to produce two 15-minute productions of Kiltierney Deer Park and Ardess Famine Graveyard. The essence of the project is to undertake work that will aid those visiting the area, pursuing genealogical…
  • We are Hiring – Join Our Team – Communications and Project Officer

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    The Communication and Project Officer will assist the LELP team to develop communications, plan activities and work toward project outcomes to enhance the  heritage of the Lough Erne region through comprehensive communications programme.  The candidate will support Lough Erne Landscape Partnersh…

    Recent Tweets

    Join us tomorrow 2pm and have a go in a traditional cot hand built by 2 local community groups. The project was initiated by the late Fred Ternan & tomorrow we will launch the cots in his memory. @HeritageFundNI @fermanaghomagh https://lelp.org.uk/events/traditional-cot-launch-in-memory-of-the-late-fred-ternan/

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