Virtual Tour of St. Augustine’s Church

Take a virtual tour of the St. Augustine’s Church,  known locally as the “Wee Church on the Walls” and its  historical graveyard.  It is thought to be the site of the 6th Century monastery in the Doire Calgach area on the east side of the River Foyle near the city walls and founded by St. Colmcille (Columba). The present building dates from 1872 and is in the design of 13th Century gothic style.

Download the St. Augustine’s app to your smart device and use it as you visit the historic site on the City Walls either virtually or in person – https://my.matterport.com/show/?m=941FYxvgAfo

The Church will be open from 10.30am to 1.00pm during Good Relations Week.

Virtual Tour of St. Augustine’s Church

Take a virtual tour of the St. Augustine’s Church,  known locally as the “Wee Church on the Walls” and its  historical graveyard.  It is thought to be the site of the 6th Century monastery in the Doire Calgach area on the east side of the River Foyle near the city walls and founded by St. Colmcille (Columba). The present building dates from 1872 and is in the design of 13th Century gothic style.

Download the St. Augustine’s app to your smart device and use it as you visit the historic site on the City Walls either virtually or in person – https://my.matterport.com/show/?m=941FYxvgAfo

The Church will be open from 10.30am to 1.00pm during Good Relations Week.

Virtual Tour of St. Augustine’s Church

Take a virtual tour of the St. Augustine’s Church,  known locally as the “Wee Church on the Walls” and its  historical graveyard.  It is thought to be the site of the 6th Century monastery in the Doire Calgach area on the east side of the River Foyle near the city walls and founded by St. Colmcille (Columba). The present building dates from 1872 and is in the design of 13th Century gothic style.

Download the St. Augustine’s app to your smart device and use it as you visit the historic site on the City Walls either virtually or in person – https://my.matterport.com/show/?m=941FYxvgAfo

The Church will be open from 10.30am to 1.00pm during Good Relations Week.

Virtual Tour of St. Augustine’s Church

Take a virtual tour of the St. Augustine’s Church,  known locally as the “Wee Church on the Walls” and its  historical graveyard.  It is thought to be the site of the 6th Century monastery in the Doire Calgach area on the east side of the River Foyle near the city walls and founded by St. Colmcille (Columba). The present building dates from 1872 and is in the design of 13th Century gothic style.

Download the St. Augustine’s app to your smart device and use it as you visit the historic site on the City Walls either virtually or in person – https://my.matterport.com/show/?m=941FYxvgAfo

The Church will be open from 10.30am to 1.00pm during Good Relations Week.

Belfast Central Library Virtual Tour

Belfast Central Library Virtual Tour allows the viewer to learn about the history of the building and view the beautiful architecture and interior of the library, to be able to take pride and to increase a sense of community belonging and ownership.

This content will hopefully dissolve some barriers to access and will hopefully encourage viewers to want to come and see the building for themselves. Libraries are shared and safe spaces open to all with a range of activities and services that encourage learning and celebrate community diversity.

Heritage On Your Doorstep Workshops – Woodland Sensory Session

Creggan Country Park will host a series of virtual workshops called ‘Shared Heritage On Your Doorstep’ that will allow participants of all ages to gain access to Creggan Country Park from the comfort of their own homes. The 4 virtual ‘Shared Heritage On Your Doorstep’ workshops will look at different aspects of the Park, showcasing its rich history and promoting an increased sense of community belonging.

For more information visit Creggan Country Park on Facebook.

Heritage On Your Doorstep Workshops – Virtual ‘Bat Walk’

Creggan Country Park will host a series of virtual workshops called ‘Shared Heritage On Your Doorstep’ that will allow participants of all ages to gain access to Creggan Country Park from the comfort of their own homes. The 4 virtual ‘Shared Heritage On Your Doorstep’ workshops will look at different aspects of the Park, showcasing its rich history and promoting an increased sense of community belonging.

For more information visit Creggan Country Park on Facebook.

Heritage On Your Doorstep Workshops – Step back in time: History of Creggan Country Park

Creggan Country Park will host a series of virtual workshops called ‘Shared Heritage On Your Doorstep’ that will allow participants of all ages to gain access to Creggan Country Park from the comfort of their own homes. The 4 virtual ‘Shared Heritage On Your Doorstep’ workshops will look at different aspects of the Park, showcasing its rich history and promoting an increased sense of community belonging.

For more information visit Creggan Country Park on Facebook.

Heritage On Your Doorstep Workshops – Recycled Art Creations

Creggan Country Park will host a series of virtual workshops called ‘Shared Heritage On Your Doorstep’ that will allow participants of all ages to gain access to Creggan Country Park from the comfort of their own homes.

The 4 virtual ‘Shared Heritage On Your Doorstep’ workshops will look at different aspects of the Park, showcasing its rich history and promoting an increased sense of community belonging.

For more information visit Creggan Country Park on Facebook.

Conflict, Peace: Our Journey, Our Future

Causeway Coast and Glen’s Borough Council’s Good Relations Programme is delighted to invite you to an innovative virtual tour of the “Conflict, Peace: Our Journey, Our Future in collaboration with Conflict Textiles Curator Roberta Bacic. The exhibition and virtual tour invites you to explore the journey from conflict, the fragility of peace, and the need to work collectively to a sustainable and peaceful future.

Through the tactile medium of textiles such as quilts and arpilleras both locally and from around the world, created in different decades, you will be prompted to reflect on the journey towards sustainable peace, and what collective actions we still need to take to secure our future.

If you would like to attend this virtual tour please email Bebhinn McKinley at bebhinn.mckinley@causewaycoastandglens.gov.uk.  

The exhibition will be available from 14th September to 31st October at https://cain.ulster.ac.uk/conflicttextiles/events/