Ports, Past and Present

 

Ports, Past and Present App Authoring Workshop

Online

Would you like to learn how to add heritage sites and other places of interest in your local area to the 'Port Places' app? Then join us for in-depth online training workshop led by James Louis Smith on February 7, 11am-12.30pm on how to author the app in your port town. The ‘Port Places’ app […]

February Online Coffee Morning: The Celtic Cycling Circle – Touring the Coastal Heritage of Wales and Ireland | Bore Coffi Ar-lein mis Chwefror: Y Cylch Beicio Celtaidd – teithio o gwmpas treftadaeth arfordirol Cymru ac Iwerddon

Online

This month’s coffee morning will feature a talk by Joey Patton, a keen cyclist and travel writer based in North Wales. Joey recently developed the Celtic Cycling Circle - a cycle route which follows the heritage sites and stories of the Ports, Past and Present project along the east coast of Ireland, west coast of […]

Social Savvy Heritage Initiative – The Port Tourism and Business Network

Online

This workshop will provide you with the following: An opportunity to learn how the heritage media associated with the Ports Past and Present initiative can be used to help your business online and via your online platforms and how it can support engagement from prospective visitors/guests/customers and conversion of bookings by same. You will hear […]

 

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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