Cross-Community Programme-Exploring Cultural Institutions
09 July 2014
main part of the programme includes a FREE visit to Doagh Famine Village. There
are 15 places available for people who live in the council areas of Armagh,
Banbridge, Craigavon, and Newry & Mourne and the border areas of Louth and
Monaghan and are connected to any aspect of the GAA - whether members themselves
or family connections of members. These participants can be those connected from
a single club or individuals from a range of clubs.
people are interested in participating or in getting further information they
can do so by emailing me at email@example.com or by 'phoning me on 0787 9436607.
I sincerely hope that 15 people will be interested in
Exploring Cultural Institutions Programme
Visit to Doagh Famine Village
This programme will
involve around thirty participants from a range of cultural institutions,
including the GAA and Orange Order, and will have a visit to Doagh Famine
Village at the core of the programme.
It is open to people
living in Armagh,
Banbridge, Craigavon and Newry & Mourne Council areas along with the border
areas of Louth and Monaghan.
The programme will include
1. A meeting last approximately 30 minutes with each
participating cultural institution on an individual basis to agree the
programme. This will take place at an
agreed time and location anytime during July 2014.
2. An overnight visit to Doagh Famine Village on Friday
1st August to Saturday 2nd August. This visit is being offered free and will
include: - all
travel - entrance
and tour at Doagh Famine Villlage - panel and discussion involving
representatives from GAA, Orange Order and other cultural institutions
- visit to an Orange Hall - visit to a GAA club
- overnight stay.
3. A meeting with each participating cultural institution
on an individual basis to reflect on the process, learning, future activity,
additional visits/meetings etc. This
will take place at an agreed time and location anytime during August 2014.
this programme participants will have opportunity to explore their own and
other cultural institutions; and to promote their institution to people not
usually involved with it.
the programme can also be provided to consider fundraising and grant funding
options specific to all cultural institutions.