A community archaeology dig and excavation will be the centre piece of this project, which will stimulate an active interest in Fermanagh’s past, with a focus on the people and practises of the medieval period.
The study of vernacular buildings project will create a new-found realisation and knowledge of vernacular buildings and structures and their importance in terms of their history, heritage and in forming Fermanagh’s unique landscape.
The heritage skills training programme aims to offer volunteers, lifelong learning opportunities in training to develop existing skills or learn new skills, and acquire considerable natural and built heritage conservation experience.
We had a fantastic day celebrating the traditional heritage skills once common place in Fermanagh on Saturday at the Lough Erne Heritage Skills Festival as part of @festivallougherne.
Join the Devenish Wildfowlers on Tuesday 21st September 2021 at 6pm for a public tour of their national, award winning wildfowl conservation project.
This event is free, suitable for all ages and must be booked via Eventbrite https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/operation-duck-tunnel-tour-of-devenish-wildfowlers-conservation-project-tickets-170408361998.