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Woodland Management – Saintfield Estate

Sunday 3rd February
Saintfield Estate
N/A

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Public Money for Public Goods – Benefits for farmers, rural communities and the environment

Thursday 7th February
Seamus Heaney Centre, 45 Main Street, Bellaghy BT45 8HT
Free

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Path & Hedge Maintenance

Sunday 17th February
Bog Meadows Nature Reserve, Belfast
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Dry Stone Walling

Friday 22nd February
Drumnaph Nature Reserve
Free (lunch provided)

Evening Social Event in Belfast

Saturday 23rd February
Belfast
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Countryside Educational Visits Accreditation Scheme (CEVAS) Training (Therapeutic route)

Tuesday 26th February
Bradkeel Social Farm, Plumbridge, County Tyrone BT79 8BN 307
£240 inc VAT

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Help bring funding to Binevenagh 5 November 2018

Help bring Heritage Lottery funding to the Binevenagh Area (via CCGHT)

 

Bann-Estuary

Photo by Richard Donaghey

Community groups, local interest groups and individuals located between Coleraine and Ballykelly are being encouraged to get in contact with the Binevenagh and Coastal Lowlands Landscape Partnership team if they have any projects in mind for the local area.

The Landscape Partnership has gained the support of Heritage Lottery, and many other partners, to prepare a five–year programme of activities for an area extending from the Bann Estuary to Ballykelly. Led on behalf of the local community by Causeway Coast and Glens Heritage Trust, the project focuses on the area’s outstanding landscape, WWI, WWII, and ancient history, and on improving access to outdoor recreation on land, sea and in the air. The project team will submit a ‘second stage’ application to Heritage Lottery in November 2019. If successful, there is potential for the community to share in up to £3.4 million for heritage–based projects. The decision regarding whether to award funding will be made in London, therefore the team needs your support to show Heritage Lottery what a huge difference this funding could make. Key to this will be the delivery of community driven projects.

For regular project updates and information everyone is encouraged to check out the project’s Facebook Page.

Projects can be small or large, an event, a long–term feature, training, activity or change. If anyone has an idea for a project in the local area contact the project team at the Magilligan Field Centre on 028 7775 0238 or lps@ccght.org by the 7th of December 2018.