The Irish Georgian Society's Conservation Grants Scheme 2016 was announced yesterday at a small ceremony at the Royal Society of Antiquaries of Ireland, 63 Merrion Square, Dublin 2. In all, fourteen historic buildings successfully received a grant from the IGS.
In announcing the awards, Primrose Wilson, Chair of the Society’s Conservation Grants Committee, said "the Irish Georgian Society's grants programme plays an important role in helping to protect our built heritage as many of the grants provided are used for essential roof, gutter and window repairs. The maintenance and repair of these features is vital to prevent the decay of historic fabric through water ingress and the onset of damp, both of which can be disastrous in old buildings".
The total value of grants amounts to €56,500. Funded by the London Chapter of the Irish Georgian Society, these grants will help owners and guardians of architecturally important historic buildings to fund essential works which may not otherwise be possible.
View the full list of grant recipients on www.igs.ie
The Irish Georgian Society, Royal Horticultural Society of Ireland and Wicklow County Council are collaborating to deliver a study day, which will explore and celebrate the history and significance, and the care and conservation of Irish historic country houses’ walled kitchen gardens. The study day will conclude with a guided tour of Russborough’s walled garden with Denise Gill, Chairperson of the RHSI’s Gardens Committee.
Speakers include: Iain Davies; Dr Edward Diestelkamp; Margaret Gormely; Kevin Halpenny; Belinda Jupp; Klaus Laitenberger; Terence Reeves-Smyth; Finola Reid; Susan Roundtree and Dr Daphne Shackleton.
Friday 2nd September 2016 Russborough (The Hippodrome), Blessington, Co. Wicklow
Price: €80 IGS & RHSI members (€90 non members)
The Irish Georgian Society is delighted to be participating in National Heritage Week 2016 with two free events at Agher Church, Co. Meath. The conservation of the Thomas Jervais window at Agher Church, was part funded through a grant from The Heritage Council under the Heritage Management Grant Scheme 2016.
At the Heritage Week open days, visitors will have the opportunity to view the window, and learn about the significance of this rare example of eighteenth-century Irish stained glass, which by then will have been fully restored and reinstated in Agher Church.
21st August, 3.00pm to 6.00pm
Songs of Praise & Open Afternoon at Agher Church - more info 24th August, 12.00pm to 5.00pm
Open Day at Agher Church - more info
Read more about the conservation project and supporters on www.igs.ie
Morning Walking Tour of Dublin’s Docklands
Following the success of last year's walking tour, Joseph Lynch will be leading another tour that explores Grand Canal Dock from its development in the 18th century that changed the shape of Dublin to its recent rebirth that has created a new urban landscape for the city.
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