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Pond & Woodland Management

Sunday 3rd March
Rea’s Wood Antrim
N/A

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UN Sustainable Development Goals roundtable discussion: How can the SDGs support voluntary and community organisations’ work?

Thursday 7th March
NICVA, 61 Duncairn Gardens, Belfast BT15 2GB
Free to NICVA members

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Butterfly Conservation NI winter work party – Lagan Meadows

Saturday 9th March
Lagan Meadows, Lagan Valley Regional Park, Belfast
Free

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Unpacking the Consultations: Extended producer responsibility for packaging, deposit return and plastics non–recycled–content tax

Tuesday 12th March
Belfast Metropolitan College, Titantic Quarter, Belfast BT3 9DT
Free

Green Infrastructure and Climate Change Conference 2019

Tuesday 12th March
The Guildhall, Shipquay Place, Derry~Londonderry
See website for details

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Energy Efficiency in Action – Policy and Practice

Thursday 14th March
The Guildhall, Guildhall Square, Derry~Londonderry BT48 6DQ
Free

Participatory Budgeting Works – What PB can do for Community Planning

Thursday 14th March
Lough Neagh Discovery Centre Conference Centre, Craigavon BT66 6NJ
Free

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Climate Change and the Historic Environment: A view from Scotland

Wednesday 20th March
Old Museum Building, 7 College Square North, Belfast BT1 6AR
£10.00 – £15.00

CEDaR Recorders Days – Limavady

Wednesday 20th March
Magilligan Field Centre, Limavady
Free

Breeding Bird Survey training (1–day, RSPB Portmore Lough)

Thursday 21st March
RSPB Portmore Lough Nature Reserve, George’s Island Rd, Gawley’s Gate, Aghalee, Co. Antrim BT67 0DW
See website for details

BITC Charity Learning Network

Thursday 21st March
Arthur Cox, Victoria House, 15–17 Gloucester St, Belfast
£295 + VAT

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Northern Ireland Raptor Study Group (NIRSG) Field Skills Training Workshop

Saturday 23rd March
Tollymore Outdoor Centre, Newcastle, Co. Down
£20

Knockbracken Allotments, South Belfast – Fencing

Sunday 24th March
Knockbracken Alltoments
Free

Breeding Bird Survey training (1–day, WWT Castle Espie)

Sunday 24th March
WWT Castle Espie, 78 Ballydrain Road, Co. Down BT23 6EA
See website for details

Nature Friendly Farmers’ Market

Monday 25th March
The Long Gallery, Stormont
Free

Breeding Bird Survey training (1–day, Marble Arch Caves, Enniskillen)

Tuesday 26th March
Marble Arch Caves Visitor Centre, 43 Marlbank Road Legnabrocky, Florencecourt, Enniskillen , Co. Fermanagh BT92 1EW
See website for details

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Breeding Bird Survey training (1–day, Oxford Island, Lough Neagh)

Saturday 30th March
Lough Neagh Discovery Centre, Oxford Island Nature Reserve, Annaloiste Road, Lurgan, Craigavon, Co. Armagh BT66 6NJ
See website for details

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Heritage Angel Awards 2018 21 May 2018

Following the outstanding success of last year’s inaugural Heritage Angel Awards, Ulster Architectural Heritage is delighted to advise that the 2018 Awards are now open for applications or nominations

 

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(via Ulster Architectural Heritage)

The annual awards aim to celebrate unsung angels of local heritage. For example, individuals and communities who have rescued a historic building, completed heritage projects, worked as craftsmen or apprentices or recorded and interpreted a historic place. The Awards are funded by the Andrew Lloyd Webber Foundation and Derry & Strabane District Council.

Ulster Architectural Heritage are hosting a series of public workshops this week across Northern Ireland to help local people and groups discover all about the 2018 Heritage Angel Awards NI. These workshops will help to explain the award categories and give advice on how to nominate a person, group or heritage project in your area for an award. Last year there were an extremely high level and number of entries and we know that there are many projects which are deserving of an Award. If you applied last year you are welcome to apply or nominate again and we would encourage you to do so. This year an additional category has been added to recognise large–scale regeneration projects in excess of £2M and the timescale for completion of projects has been extended from 4 to 10 years.

Full details on the Awards are available on the Heritage Angel Awards NI Website: www.heritageangelawards–ni.org.uk