Laois Graveyards Survey to be launched
The Survey of Graveyards in Laois, carried out by Laois County Council, with the assistance of the Heritage Council, will be formally launched next Wednesday February 27th at 8pm, in Killeen Community Centre, Killeen, Maganey. The report will be launched by Cllr Paul Mitchell, Cathaoirleach of Laois County Council.
Killeen Community Centre, Killeen, Maganey
27th February 2013 at 8:00 pm
The survey covered all burial grounds in the County, including modern and historic graveyards, children’s burial grounds and famine graveyards, recording over 200 burial grounds throughout County Laois.
Killabban Monastic Site
On the same evening, a presentation on the important monastic site and graveyard at Killabban near Killeen will be given by Caimin O’Brien. The talk, examining the history of the site and its importance in the history of Laois, will be followed by a general discussion on the future management and conservation of the site. Anyone with an interest in the history and archaeology of the area is invited to attend and contribute to the discussion.
For further information on this event, please contact Cllr John Moran, phone 086-836 3790.
DCCAE has this afternoon released details of Stage 2 of the Just Transition Fund. Projects must have registered with the Midlands Regional Transition Team-START Midlands Engagement Process to be eligible
Time: 19th June at 3:00 pm to 17th July 2020 at 4:00 pm