Ports, Past and Present

 

Online Coffee Morning, With Presentation on Wexford Coastal Erosion

Zoom

Join our additional online coffee morning for the month of June, on Thursday June 17 at 11am. This informal event will be a chance to chat with people interested in heritage and tourism from across the ports. The session will also feature a presentation from Mr George Colfer, Coastal Engineer and our Project Lead at […]

Pembroke Dock – Doc Penfro Port Fest 2021

Zoom

Exploring the outstanding history and natural heritage of Pembroke Dock with local people, groups and artists About this Event Funded by the European Regional Development Fund through the Ireland Wales Programme / Noddir gan Gronfa Datblygu Rhanbarthol Ewrop trwy Raglen Iwerddon Cymru Sgroliwch i lawr am fersiwn Cymraeg Our 'Port Fest' online events series continues […]

Port Fest Mobile Phone Film & Photography Workshop with Zillah Bowes

Zoom

Join artist and filmmaker Zillah Bowes to learn how to take great photos and videos on your phone of your local area in Fishguard, Holyhead, Pembroke Dock, Dublin, Rosslare and surroundings. A fun and practical workshop for all adults and children aged 12+. During the workshop, you will do short photo and video exercises close […]

Port Fest Creative Writing & Storytelling Workshop with Deb Winter

Zoom

'Port and Portal' - Creative Writing/Story Workshop for adults with storyteller/writer Deb Winter About this event A workshop drawing on the story heritage of the port of Fishguard and our wild West Wales coast. Friendly, relaxed small group Zoom: all welcome, both new and experienced scribblers. Deb will provide the inspiration to trigger your writing. […]

 

Ports, Past and Present is a project led by University College Cork in partnership with Aberystwyth University, the University of Wales Trinity St David and Wexford County Council examining the cultural heritage of the ports in the Irish sea basin. Funded by the European Regional Development Fund through the Ireland Wales Cooperation programme.

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