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The Forgotten State of Industry? Irish Industrial Landscapes in a Global Context

Featuring a presentation keynote speech by leading industrial archaeologist, Professor Marilyn Palmer, this exciting two day international conference brings together an exceptional group of speakers from across Ireland, Europe and beyond, providing an opportunity to share experiences of conserving, managing and presenting our historical industrial landscapes, many of which in Ireland are poorly understood and vulnerable. Largely funded with the support of the InterReg 4A (Ireland-Wales) Metal Links: Forging Communities Together project, with additional support from the Heritage Council, Wicklow County Council and the Gathering Fund, the conference is being organised by community group, Glens of Lead, a partner in the Metal Links project.This two day conference (Friday 18th and Saturday 19th October, 2013) represents exceptional value for money. There is no fee for attending, only a charge to cover refreshments, lunches and dinner. Places are limited, so book early to avoid disappointment!

 

Date: 18th & 19th October
Location: Glendalough Hotel, Wicklow
Fee: There is no fee for attending, only a charge to cover refreshments, lunches and dinner

 

To see the full programme and to book your place please click here.

The venue is the Glendalough Hotel in the heart of the Wicklow Mountains, Ireland, one hour south of Dublin.

For details of local accommodation click here.

Source: The Heritage Council - The Forgotten State of Industry? Irish Industrial Landscapes in a Global Context