Irish Walled Town Crier- Issue 3

Irish Walled Town Crier- Issue 3

Built/Urban Heritage & Archaeology /

An Irish Walled Towns Network (IWTN) bi-monthly magazine. The IWTN is a programme of the Heritage Council.

Homeowner maintenance series

Homeowner maintenance series

Built/Urban Heritage & Archaeology /

The maintenance series is a collection of five sheets providing the owners of older homes (i.e. built before World War II) with basic guidance on essential building maintenance.

  • Published by: SPAB Ireland & The Heritage Council
December Ezine of Irish Walled Towns Network

December Ezine of Irish Walled Towns Network

Built/Urban Heritage & Archaeology /

An Irish Walled Towns Network (IWTN) bi-monthly magazine. The IWTN is a programme of the Heritage Council.

Rock Art- Prehistoric Rock Art in Ireland

Rock Art- Prehistoric Rock Art in Ireland

Built/Urban Heritage & Archaeology /

Irish rock art is the subject of a new, richly illustrated booklet published by the Heritage Council. Written by archaeologist, Clare Busher O’Sullivan, ‘Rock Art’ explores the art form; where it can be found; what it means; and how it can be protected.

  • Published by: The Heritage Council
  • Author(s): Clare Busher O’Sullivan
A Guide to the Adopt A Monument Scheme

A Guide to the Adopt A Monument Scheme

Built/Urban Heritage & Archaeology /

This booklet is a guide to the Adopt a Monument Scheme and is aimed at communities, groups and individuals interested in managing, protecting and promoting their local heritage. It explains what Adopt a Monument is, how to apply, and it also features testimonials from community groups involved with the scheme.

Adopt A Monument Research Toolkit

Adopt A Monument Research Toolkit

Built/Urban Heritage & Archaeology Heritage Tourism & Recreation /

Tips and Resources on researching your local monuments in association with the Heritage Council's Adopt A Monument Programme.

  • Author(s): The Heritage Council & Abarta Audio Guides
Climate Change and Historic Towns-  Adapting to Change

Climate Change and Historic Towns- Adapting to Change

Built/Urban Heritage & Archaeology Climate Change and Renewable Energy /

Climate change is one of the largest threats to the built, natural and intangible heritage of Ireland's towns. By coming together, residents of towns and villages can implement positive change. At a conference in June 2019, 12 such towns told their stories. We hope that this document inspires you and your community to develop successful projects that will help your town adapt.