Ports, Past and Present

 

[RESCHEDULED DATE] Online Coffee Morning, ‘Ireland’s Ports After Brexit and Covid-19’

Zoom

Join our August online coffee morning, on Thursday August 26 at 11am.  This event was rescheduled from the earlier planned date of August 5. 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 Ciarán O'Driscoll, Policy […]

September Online Coffee Morning: Update on Our Project Films

Zoom

Join our September online coffee morning, on Thursday September 2 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 by Aberystwyth University Project Co-ordinator, Rita Singer, who will update on recent work on our high-quality […]

November Online Coffee Morning, Gothic Coasts

Join our November coffee morning for informal conversation about heritage and tourism across the port towns. The coffee morning will take place on Thursday November 4 at 11am. We'll have a suitably spooky theme for just after Halloween: 'Gothic Coasts'. Project team members Prof Claire Connolly and Dr Rita Singer will share stories and folklore […]

December Online Coffee Morning, Creative Conversation | Bore Coffi Ar-lein mis Rhagfyr: Sgyrsiau Creadigol

Join our December coffee morning for informal conversation about heritage and tourism across the port towns. The coffee morning will take place on Thursday December 2 at 11am. Our December coffee morning will feature a conversation with artist Julie Merriman, a member of our project's creative group. Julie Merriman is based in Dun Laoghaire, Dublin. […]

February Online Coffee Morning: North Bull Island

Join our cross-coastal coffee mornings for informal conversation about heritage and creative themes across the port towns. The February coffee morning will take place on Thursday February 3 at 11am. We'll have Tomas Buitendijk of the Ecostructure project to speak about the Dublin North Bull Wall and the island that formed as a result of […]

A Sea of Stories Mural: Pembroke Dock Celebration

The Port of Milford Haven and Ports, Past and Present invite you to a celebration of Sea of Stories: a new artwork by Robert Jakes, at Pembroke Dock Ferry Terminal. Tuesday 22 March 2022 at 5.30 pm. All welcome. Due to current Covid-19 guidance, we would ask that attendees register in advance so that we […]

Stakeholder Update Meeting

Please join us for a Zoom meeting at 11am - 12pm on March 31st, 2022, to update you on the progress of the project across each of the ports so far, and to notify you of upcoming events and plans for the next stages. The team will report on the project website, the app, upcoming […]

April Heritage Coffee Morning (Online): Maritime Archaeology in the Irish Sea | Bore Coffi Treftadaeth mis Ebrill: Archeoleg Môr ym Môr Iwerddon

Join our cross-coastal coffee mornings for informal conversation about heritage and creative themes across the port towns. The April coffee morning will take place on Thursday, April 7 at 11am. Our April coffee morning will feature a short talk by archaeologist and National Museum of Ireland curator Dr Nessa O’Connor. Nessa has worked in the […]

Caffi Cybi Presentation | Cyflwyniad Caffi Cybi

Caffi Cybi, April 26. A presentation by the Ports, Past and Present team. Event hosted by the Ynys Cybi Landscape Partnership. Book your tickets below. Caffi Cybi Ebrill 26. Cyflwyniad gan tim Porthladdoedd, Ddoe a Heddiw. Llywyddir y digwyddiad gan Partneriaeth Tirwedd Ynys Cybi. Archebwch docyn isod. https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/caffi-cybi-ports-past-and-present-tickets-300673952887.

May Heritage Coffee Morning: Food Smart Dublin | Bore Coffi Mis Mai: Food Smart Dublin

Join our cross-coastal coffee mornings for informal conversation about heritage and creative themes across the port towns. The May coffee morning will take place on Thursday, May 5 at 11am. Our May coffee morning will feature a short talk by marine ecologist and Trinity researcher, Cordula Scherer. Cordula leads the Irish Research Council funded project, […]

 

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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