Burrenbeo Business Friends – News & Upcoming Events
|Burren Yoga||Burren Yoga have a new special July 25% off offer on their 30 day online meditation course. Full details at https://www.burrenyoga.com/meditate/||www.burrenyoga.com|
|Doolin Cave and Visitor Centre||Doolin Cave have additional measures in place in line with the HSE recommendations They will also be doing tours from 13 to 15 people allowed per tour. A video on their Covid Response is available here||https://doolincave.ie/|
|The Burren Perfumery||The Burrren Perfumery is delighted to be back open 11am to 5pm Thursdays to Mondays - closed Tuesdays and Wednesdays. We are very happy to be seeing all our customers face to face once more. The Tea Rooms is open on a take-away basis serving delicious home baked tarts, soups and cakes with additional seating in the Garden.||https://burrenperfumery.com|
|StoneCutters Kitchen||StoneCutters Kitchen have opened on the 3rd of July and are open daily from 12.30 to 8pm and will probably be opening later within the next couple of weeks. They also have Failte Ireland Safety Mark for Covid -19.They also have a new product to – Homemade Brown Soda Bread Mix – which is available from the restaurant, from Burren Smokehouse in their Burren Baskets https://www.burrensmokehouse.com/burren-food-trail-breakfast-basket and from our own web site www.stonecutterskitchen.ie.||www.stonecutterskitchen.ie|
|Wetland Surveys Ireland||Thank you and welcome to Wetland Surveys Ireland who have joined us as a new business member.||www.wetlandsurveysireland.com|
General Community News & Events
|The Heritage Council||Competition for LEGO® brick enthusiasts aged 4-12 years themed on the built, natural and cultural heritage of Ireland.|
The Heritage Council is calling on children across the country to put their imagination to good use this summer by using LEGO® bricks to recreate their favourite example of Irish built, natural or cultural heritage. Deadline 30th Aug. Further info - https://www.heritagecouncil.ie/projects/lego-competition
|Galway County Council||New Archaeological Online Resources for Tidy Towns Groups in County Galway.|
Galway Community Archaeologist, Bernie Doherty has produced two videos aimed at providing advice and guidance to Tidy Towns and Community Groups throughout the county who want to either undertake archaeological projects or simply just want to showcase the local treasure troves of archaeological heritage that can be found in their local areas.
These videos are available to download on http://www.field-monuments.galwaycommunityheritage.org and are accompanied with a list of useful contacts and website links.
|The Archaeology Department in NUI, Galway||The Archaeology Department in NUI, Galway is pleased to announce the following two programmes, a one-year Certificate in the Archaeology of Ancient Ireland, and a two-year Diploma in Archaeology – will commence in September 2020. Anyone interested in studying archaeology part-time at NUI, Galway has three options: apply for the two-year diploma, apply for the one-year certificate, or apply for the one-year certificate with the possibility of switching to the two-year diploma at the end of the certificate year.|
More information – http://www.nuigalway.ie/courses/adult-and-continuing-education-courses/archaeology.html
|Review of the existing Galway County Development Plan 2015-2021||In accordance with Part 2 Section 11 (1) of the Planning and Development Act 2000 (as amended) Galway County Council intends to review the existing Galway County Development Plan 2015-2021 and to prepare a new Galway County Development Plan 20222028.|
In order to stimulate debate and to encourage participation in this process, the Planning Authority has prepared an Issues Paper. This Issues Paper will be available for viewing on www.galway.ie/cdpreview and also during public opening hours at the moment by appointment only in the Planning Section, Galway County Council, Áras an Chontae, Prospect Hill, Galway from Thursday 18th June 2020 to Thursday 10th September 2020 (inclusive).
In addition, video clips have been prepared which give a brief summary of the topics and issues that are present in the county and a number of questions are posed during each clip. These can also be viewed on www.galway.ie/cdpreview.
|Galway’s Holy Wells||Launching the Audit of Holy Wells in the County of Galway|
Have you a holy well in your area? Is there an annual pattern day at the well? Do you know any stories about the well? We want to collect as much information as we can about all aspects of the holy wells of our County.
We would love if you would join us and share your knowledge!
Please send your stories, experiences and photos to email@example.com
|Community Support Forum, Galway County Council||Community Support Forum, Galway County Council have a dedicated support phone number for the vulnerable members of the community. Call 1800 928894 (Freephone) 9am – 6pm (Monday to Sunday) Email: firstname.lastname@example.org. More info on the Galway County Council Website www.galway.ie|
|GRETB||The Community Education Service of the GRETB are delighted to launch a dedicated YouTube Channel for people in local community groups, their friends and families. The content reflects Community Education courses. GRETB Comm ED Playlists<https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC16owYZ53EJtpl6BjjWh6Mg/playlists|
|Centre for Archaeology and Innovation Ireland||The Discovery Programme: Centre for Archaeology and Innovation Irelandis organising a series of seminars on different approaches to and applications of research frameworks. The seminars will take place online, on Thursday during lunch time 1- 2.30pm and you can book a place via eventbrite at https://bit.ly/38OfoZs|
10 September: The Brú na Bóinne, World Heritage Site Research Framework a decade on. Dr Jessica Smyth, School of Archaeology, UCD
1 October: The Irish National Strategic Archaeological Research [INSTAR] Programme: Addressing research through partnerships. Ian Doyle, The Heritage Council
8 October: Gendering the narrative of research frameworks. Dr Karen Dempsey, School of Geography, Archaeology and Irish Studies, N.U.I, Galway
15 October: Transport Infrastructure Ireland policy on archaeology: The process and the relevance of a research framework. Rónán Swan, Transport Infrastructure Ireland
22 October: The Early Medieval Archaeology Project (EMAP): A model for a period-based approach to a research framework? Prof Aidan O'Sullivan, School of Archaeology, UCD.
Book a place through eventbrite @ https://bit.ly/38OfoZs
Please email LindaShine@DiscoveryProgramme.ie if you require any assistance booking a place or any further information.
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