Researchers at Trinity College Dublin are calling on members of the public to upload old family letters and photographs to a new digital archive to recreate ordinary life in Ireland around the time of the Easter Rising of 1916.
The Heritage Council’s mission is to engage, educate and advocate to develop a wider understanding of the vital contribution that our heritage makes to our social, environmental and economic well-being.
Seven museums received recognition for high standards in the management of the museum, care of collections and visitor services under the Museum Standards Programme for Ireland (MSPI) awards ceremony held on Wednesday 2 July.
Village Design Statement Programme & Toolkit The Heritage Council’s National Community-led Village Design Statement (VDS) Programme and VDS Toolkit provides an opportunity for meaningful public participation in the Irish planning system.
High Nature Value Farming The Heritage Council has grant-aided the 'European Forum for Nature Conservation and Pastoralism' (EFNCP) to undertake work on high nature value (HNV) farming since 2010.
The Heritage Council has developed and currently manages heritage projects and initiatives throughout Ireland. We also work with Local Authorities and community groups to ensure that our national heritage is valued, maintained and promoted.