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Making Sense of Place: Project Two

  Earlier this year the 4th Year Architecture Students of the Institute Technology Carlow’s Wexford Campus carried out a project called ‘Making Sense of Place’ in which they offered their views on ways the visitors to the Heritage Park could … Continue reading

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Making Sense Of Place: Project One

  Making Sense Of Place: The Heritage Park 4th Year Architectural Technology Project The nature trail through the hazel wood at the Heritage Park is a special experience, easy to overlook in the rush to see all the exhibits in … Continue reading

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Making Sense of Place

  Earlier this year the 4th Year Architecture Students of the Institute Technology Carlow’s Wexford Campus carried out a project called ‘Making Sense of Place’ in which they offered their views on ways the visitors to the Heritage Park could … Continue reading

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How to make a St Brigid’s Day Cross for February

The 1st of February celebrates the arrival of longer, warmer days and the early signs of spring. It is also the feast day of Ireland’s female patron saint, the patron saint of Co Kildare and one of the three patron … Continue reading

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Bush Craft Skills and 2013 Arrow Making Courses dates confirmed

Bush Craft skills Courses   2nd & 3rd March 2013: Adult Bush Crafts Skills Course [Level one] 10am – 4pm daily Cost: €140 26th, 27th & 28th March 2013: Children’s Bush Crafts Skills Course [ Level one] 12-16 year olds … Continue reading

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Iron Age Pigs

The Irish National Heritage Park has two new members of staff with Cooper and Bronze two Iron Age pigs (Wild boar mother and Tamworth Boar father)! Our two Iron Age Pigs can be seen in the pig range which has … Continue reading

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