Reading Your Local Landscape is a landscape environmental heritage course that teaches communities to understand the inherent qualities of the environment around us; built and natural.
The aim of the course is to provide the participants with
- A knowledge and understanding of the natural, built and cultural resources of the study area
- The necessary skills to undertake further research and work in the area of local heritage interpretation
- Opportunities to identify landscape resources which could be utilised to enhance your employment opportunities
- Geology and the shape of the local landscape
- Biodiversity and habitats
- Industrial archaeology
- Settlement and communication
- Heritage interpretation
- Project mentoring
Each participant will be required to complete a short project on their chosen aspect of local heritage. The course will finish with a public display of the participants project work and a presentation of Certificates of Course Completion.
There will be a free introductory workshop at Clare Museum on Tuesday 28 February, 10:00 am - 1:00 pm. The course will then continue every Tuesday from 7 March to the 27 June at the same time.
The course is limited to twelve places so book your slot now! For enquiries or to book a place, contact Colette on 087 3710 318 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Please note that the details of events listed above are provided by the relevant Local Authorities.