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Heritage on the Ground

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A programme of online events exploring areas such as audience engagement, cultural diversity and sustainability in the heritage sector.

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Join us for a range of online events exploring topics such as audience engagement, cultural diversity and sustainability in the heritage sector. This is an opportunity to meet others, share knowledge and learn about what's happening across Northern Ireland.

Here is the programme layout.

- Tuesday 12th Oct - 7-8.30pm - 'Placemaking and Participation' with Gemma Reid and Bryonie Reid from Quarto.

- Tuesday 19th Oct - 7-8pm - 'Heritage and Cultural Diversity' with Esther Mogada from 'Creating a Space' and the team from Building Communities Resource Centre, Ballymoney.

- Tuesday 26th Oct - 7-8pm - 'Sustainability and Heritage in Rural Communities' with Amanda Johnson from Social Enterprise NI and John Mc Mahon & Catherine Burns from Peak, Health and Mind.

- Tuesday 2nd Nov - 7-8pm - 'Knowing your audience' with Clodagh Lavelle and Niamh Kelly from Reimagine Remake Replay and Charmain Jones from the Rural Community Network.

Places are limited on each of the sessions so book early to avoid disappointment.

These events are being run as part of the Rural Community Network's heritage project 'Ours to Share'.

‘Ours to Share’ is a heritage project exploring the diverse heritage of rural communities in Northern Ireland. It is funded by the National Lottery Heritage Fund. The aim of the project is to provide opportunities for rural community groups to develop cultural and heritage projects that promote their local area through diversity and inclusion.

Contact Project Coordinator Emma Mc Aleer for more info - emma@ruralcommunitynetwork.org

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Organiser Rural Community Network

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Rural Community Network is a regional voluntary membership based organisation supporting rural communities across Northern Ireland. RCN works with rural communities to address issues relating to poverty, inequality, community and good relations and strives to develop the capacity and skills of groups to articulate their voice at a policy influence level.

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