Would you like to learn about traditional buildings found in the landscape of Lough Erne? We invite you to join us and take part in a new
Would you like to learn about traditional buildings found in the landscape of Lough Erne? We invite you to join us and take part in a new and innovative online training course where you will learn all about the identification and recording of vernacular buildings.
Full training in the survey of these buildings will be provided and once you learn the details you will have the opportunity to carry out some field based exploration as part of the Legacy of Landscape project. No previous expertise or experience is required! Register here. To learn more about the project and how you might get involved read the LELP Legacies of Landscape Information Booklet.
Registered participants are able to take part in the courses at your own convenience from the comfort of your own home, and with supervision provided by our expert online tutors. Having completed these online toolkits you will then have the opportunity to put your newly acquired skills to use, by taking part in many of the community and field based activities on offer including, building surveys in Fermanagh (scheduled for 9th to 20th August).
This project will provide you with the opportunity to not only learn new skills, meet new people and explore the stories held within our communities but also to ensure that the unique and exciting heritage of Lough Erne is captured and celebrated for many years to come.
Developed for LELP by staff within the QUB – Archaeology at Queen’s – Centre for Community Archaeology (CCA) and the Centre for Data Digitisation and Analysis (CDDA) at Queen’s University Belfast and supported by the National Lottery Heritage Fund Northern Ireland and Community Foundation for Northern Ireland, each course will be delivered over four weeks in bite-sized components to help you explore your local heritage.
(Monday) 9:00 pm
Online Virtual Event
Lough Erne Landscape Partnership