The Tralee Town Centre Health Check Report 2017 focuses on the survey results of a number of key indicators of the overall health of the town centre including: level of town centre activities, land use/commercial mix, pedestrian footfall patterns and business operators and shoppers’ perceptions of the quality of the environment of the historic county town.
Published by: Kerry County Council and The Heritage Council
Adopt a Monument: Guidance for Community Archaeology Projects
Built/Urban Heritage & Archaeology Education & Training /
This manual provides guidance on understanding and recording monuments, care and conservation, interpretation, communications, funding as well as health and safety. Aimed at the participants of our Adopt a Monument Programme but also communities the length and breadth of Ireland, and even internationally, who are interested in engaging in heritage projects.
Published by: The Heritage Council
Author(s): Roisin Burke, Neil Jackman and Conor Ryan, Abarta Audio Guides
Every organisation receiving funding for a project through The Heritage Council’s grants schemes must publicly acknowledge this support. Acknowledgement identifies that you are part of a movement that values heritage, cares for its community and encourages interest, ownership and engagement in this precious legacy.
The research was conducted for the Heritage Council
at University College Cork under Professor Ursula
Kilkelly of the School of Law. The research team was:
Dr Helen Lynch and Alice Moore, School of
Occupational Therapy and Occupational Science; Dr
Angela O’Connell and Sarah C Field, School of Law.