Through our Legacy of Landscape project we will have many exciting and innovative opportunities for volunteers to learn new skills and engage in activities celebrating and preserving the culture and traditions of the Lough Erne region, both past and present.
The initiative focusses on the built and cultural heritage of Lough Erne, and volunteers can enrol to get access to a suite of FREE ‘at home’ learning opportunities where they can develop and learn new skills and share valuable stories, capturing and promoting the unique and special heritage of the Erne’s landscape and communities.
There are 5 key heritage studies within the programme that are focused around the themes of:
In order to address the current restrictions due to the pandemic, the collective QUB team have developed the LELP Online Heritage Campus. Spearheaded by Dr Siobhán McDermott, this exciting new online learning experience offers you a FREE course of five four-week long ‘toolkits’ or virtual learning experiences that enable you as volunteers to receive tuition from the safety of your own home!
Throughout this two-year project, in addition to our learning sessions, there will be opportunities to participate in the field with archaeological excavations, site visits, buildings recording field schools, as well as a lecture series, online talks, and your chance to contribute towards the development of a dynamic and interactive ‘Memory Map’, showcasing the rich and unique cultural heritage of the Erne.
So, what do we expect from you?
All we expect is an enthusiastic attitude and an interest in conserving and promoting the heritage of the region. Our online tutors will be available to help, advise, and support you from 10am-4pm Monday to Friday. You do not need to have any previous experience in any of our topics. We will see you through!
Volunteer role profiles will follow however if you would like to register for any of the volunteer opportunities please click here and forward your application to email@example.com
For further details about the project, or how to register as a volunteer, please contact: HAZEL LONG Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Tel: 07548155351
Supported through funding from the National Lottery Heritage Fund and the Community Foundation Northern Ireland, this project will be delivered in collaboration with the Centre for Community Archaeology (CCA) and the Centre for Data Digitisation and Analysis(CDDA) at Queen’s University Belfast.