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Beresford Family Houses lecture, 2016 Traditional Building Skills Exhibition & UAHS/IGS Student Field Trip

Irish Georgian Society Newsletter: 15.04.16
John Beresford and some Beresford Family Houses
Daniel Calley will give a talk about houses connected to John Beresford with an emphasis on those in County Derry, including Walworth, Prehen, Brook Hall, and the Beresford Obelisk, which was recently restored by the Follies Trust.

Daniel Calley is a writer living in County Londonderry. He is a native of the Commonwealth of Virginia where he developed an appreciation of Georgian architecture. His book
City of Derry: An Historical Gazetteer was published by the Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, and is available to purchase in the IGS bookshop.
Tuesday, 19th April, 6.30pm - 8.00pm
Helen Roe Theatre, RSAI, 63 Merrion Square (
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Tickets: €10 (€5 students)

Image: Prehen House, Co. Londonderry (via)
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2016 Traditional Building Skills Exhibition & Conservation Seminar
The Irish Georgian Society are pleased to announce that our annual Traditional Building Skills Exhibition & Conservation Seminar, in partnership with Galway County Council and the Office of Public Works, will take place in the grounds of Portumna Castle on the shores of Lough Derg.
Portumna Castle will become a one-stop destination for owners in need of accurate, impartial and free advice on caring and repairing their protected structures and heritage buildings.This is an opportunity to watch two dozen craftspeople demonstrate key traditional building skills needed for the conservation of old buildings.

Listen to informative interactive talks on old buildings; their history, maintenance and repair. Engage one-to-one with conservation architects, engineers, planners, craftsmen, heritage builders and material suppliers about the management and care of your old buildings. Gather information on heritage building planning law, insurance, finance and related topics.

Saturday 7th and Sunday 8th May, 10.00am - 5.00pm (daily)
Portumna Castle, Co. Galway (Google Map)
Free entry

Download the full programme of talks from our website.

Image: Portumna Castle, Co. Galway (via)
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Notice to Members: Event Cancellation
Regrettably, the Weekend trip to the Houses and Gardens of Foyle Valley will be deferred to another events programme due to unforeseen circumstances with scheduling. For members who expressed interest in this tour, a notice will be circulated when the tour has been rescheduled.
We apologise for any inconvenience caused. If you have any queries, please contact our Membership and Events Administrator, Róisín Lambe.
UAHS/IGS Student Field Trip: Historic Designed Landscapes in Louth and Meath
Following the success of the inaugural North-South/Cross-Border Summer School based in Armagh and Monaghan in June 2015, the Ulster Architectural Heritage Society and Irish Georgian Society propose a follow-up event for students on Saturday, 25th June. Led by the Summer School Director and architectural historian, Kevin V. Mulligan, this one-day event will be based in Counties Louth and Meath and the group will visit:
  • Barmeath Castle, Co. Louth
  • Dowth Hall, Co. Meath
  • Collon Parish Church, Co. Louth
The tour is limited to student participants but, subject to numbers, it may be possible to accommodate members of UAHS/IGS (tickets €36/£30 if available). If you would like to register your interest please email Róisín Lambe.

Saturday, 25th June 2016
Tickets: €15/£12 (Student rate)

The cost of transport has been generously sponsored by Consarc Design Group and refreshments by Orpens Cider. The ticket cost will cover admission to Barmeath and a light lunch at Dowth Hall.

Image: Barmeath Castle, Co. Louth
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