Portalis, an EU funded transdisciplinary project that explores the first connection between Ireland and Wales dating back to the Mesolithic period, is inviting members of the public to attend a series of workshops taking place in six unique coastal communities in Ireland and Wales.
The cross-border local engagement events will look to introduce the Portalis project and explore how elements of the project can be used to develop cultural tourism in the coastal communities and their surrounding areas.
The communities involved are Dunmore East, The Hook Peninsula, and the Waterford Estuary and surrounding coastal villages in Ireland; and Tan-y-Bwlch, The Aeron Valley and Llangrannog in Ceredigion, Wales.
In Ireland, the series will kick off in Dunmore East at 7.30pm, on 18 October at the Fisherman’s Hall. This will be followed by Faithlegg at 7.30pm, on 20 October at Park Rangers Football Club. An additional two events will be announced for Wexford to take place in October. Refreshments will be provided.
To register for your free place at the events, please go to http://portalisproject.eu/portalis-events/
Date and Time
Tuesday Oct 18, 2022 Thursday Oct 20, 2022
Tuesday, 18 October at the Fisherman’s Hall, Dunmore East
Thursday, 20 October at Park Rangers Football Club, Faithlegg
Free of charge