The LELP Community Engagement and Farming Fund (CEFF) aims to develop a successful landscape partnership that will have a clear legacy on Fermanagh. Grants of up to £5,000 will be available for local organisations and individuals to apply, to ensure good management of built, natural and cultural heritage of the region.
This project aims to restore highly threatened breeding wader species and their habitats on islands in the Derrylin area of Upper Lough Erne. It will be delivered in partnership by Derrylin and District Gun Club and the local community and farmers.
The project aims to create enhanced and alternative access to Lough Erne by improving the awareness of its history and providing a social commentary. It will use a zero-emission, fully electric passenger vessel to provide this access.
The project will provide students, aged 11 – 14 years old, the opportunity to spend a day on the water rowing the Menapian currach and paddling canoes, as well as participating in biodiversity and heritage workshops.
Join Jim Ledwith and the Mummers Foundation on Monday 31 January at 7:15pm for an online seminar exploring the traditions that surround St Brigids celebrations.
Further information can be found on the link below.