Heritage News & Events 28th May 2018

Bee Interested
Gowran Development Association are hosting a Bee Keeping and associated topics evening on 29th May from 8.30-10.30pm in Dalton House, Gowran.  If you are interested in beekeeping and pollination then go to this FREE demonstration by a local beekeeper. https://scanmail.trustwave.com/?c=6600&d=gtGF2yw-ppQ2a6Ox8bdyua5JAjbsWYisvuyPzXB9dQ&s=380&u=https%3a%2f%2fwww%2efacebook%2ecom%2fgowrandevelopment%2f

Swift Survey continues
Birdwatch Ireland will continue their commission to survey OPW Heritage Sites throughout Ireland for nesting swifts. Two of the four new sites selected for monitoring in 2018 are Jerpoint Abbey, Thomastown and St. Mary’s Church, Gowran. To find out how the monitoring is progressing go to http://birdwatchirelandswifts.blogspot.ie/

Nature Connection Workshop
Kilkenny County Childcare Committee have organised a Nature Connection Morning in Woodstock Gardens on Saturday 16th June for Early Year’s Practitioners, Teachers and Artists. This is a free event but a €4 car park fee exists for Woodstock Gardens. Booking is required and as places are limited, early booking is advised. Ring Aisling or Orla on 056/7752865

Creative Ireland Grant Scheme 2018-2019
A new national Creative Ireland Programme Grant Scheme 2018-2019, recently announced by Minister Madigan, aims to identify, support and collaborate with a range of strategic partners on projects that are genuinely innovative. Grants of €10,000-€70,000 are available to individuals, organisations, community groups, colleges and cultural institutions. Deadline for receipt of application forms is midnight 8th June 2018.  Further details https://creative.ireland.ie/en/news/new-creative-ireland-programme-scheme-201819-announced

Key Challenges in European Nature Law and Policy
UCD Sutherland School of Law will hold its 20th Annual Irish European Law Forum on the Key Challenges in European Nature Law and Policy on Friday 1st June in University College Dublin. Further details/booking https://www.ucd.ie/law/newsandevents/events/ielf2018/

‘New Horizons for Nature’
A major two day conference on biodiversity will be held on 20th-21st February 2019 in Dublin Castle. This conference will bring together all the interested parties to discuss the challenges and explore the solutions to achieve a common goal of reversing biodiversity losses. Further details at https://www.biodiversityconferenceireland.com/

Wetlands Guide published
Ireland’s Ramsar Wetlands Committee has published a manual on Irish Wetlands Types which provides information for the non-specialist on the different types of wetlands in Ireland and how to identify them. An electronic version of the manual is available online at https://www.epa.ie/pubs/reports/biodiversity/irishwetlandtypes/IrishWetlandsGuide_Web.pdf

Heritage Week 2018
Heritage Week 2018 event details can now be registered. If you want your event to appear in the printed guide you must register before 31st May. You can still register an event for the Heritage Week online listings after this date at https://www.heritageweek.ie/register-an-event/register-your-event

New Data Protection Regulations 2018
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