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UAH & IGS Conservation Without Frontiers: Living Towns and Villages in Cavan and Fermanagh

Published: Thursday, April 25, 2019

Join Ulster Architectural Heritage and the Irish Georgian Society for the third year of our biennial ‘Conservation without Frontiers’ Summer School, from 20 to 22 June 2019.

The 2019 programme aims to investigate the challenges and opportunities facing Irish towns and villages, from population migration, to the changing nature of the high street and current planning and policy.

The programme will look at the development of exemplar towns to learn about their rich history and heritage, how they inform and have been informed by our way of life, and to consider what this may mean for their future. This will assist us all in guiding a conservation led approach in the sustainable future of our historic places.

The programme will encompass these issues through lectures, tours and site visits to towns, villages, and individual built heritage case studies; in order to consider different approaches to the integration of heritage into the wider social, economic and environmental context. The tours will feature visits to beautiful and fascinating buildings, some of which are not usually accessible to the public.

The school is a must for students, professionals and enthusiasts alike.

View the full programme and speakers by clicking HERE

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