Heritage Week 2021 Report

Heritage Week 2021 Report, the Committee were active at Kilbarron Church and presented virtual events on Zoom including a virtual tour of the Church ruins along with the Castle from the sea.

It was #HeritageWeek2021, 14-22 August, so the Conservation Group committee members spent the first morning of Heritage Week clearing by hand this years grass and weeds from the grounds of the ruins of Kilbarron church.

The first cut this year as part of the Don’t Mow Let it Grow to encourage wild flowers and pollinators,

Don’t mow, let it grow – and amazing things will happen!

Committee members at Kilbarron Church

Day 2 of #HeritageWeek2021 : members of the Conservation committee gathered again this morning to continue our work on clearing the grass from the ruins of Kilbarron church and hauling it away so that we give a chance for wild flowers to blossom next year.

One benefit of using old methods that we used to clear the ground, no strimmers, no ear defenders. so we can chat while we work; and we did a lot of that.

The Committee also presented Zoom sessions for Heritage Week including a a virtual tour of the Kilbarron Church site and Kilbarron Castle from the sea.

Cas an fhuaim air le haghaidh tráchtaireachta. Sound ON for commentary. 

Spealadóir

The Committee also presented Zoom sessions for Heritage Week including a a virtual tour of the Kilbarron Church site and Kilbarron Castle from the sea.