Ireland’s Ancient East Brand Workshops

Failte Ireland approved logoLast week, Fáilte Ireland launched Ireland’s Ancient East – an initiative which seeks to build on the wealth of historical and cultural assets in the east of Ireland (from Carlingford to Cork and from Cavan to Carnsore).

Ireland’s Ancient East will attract greater international attention by offering visitors a personal experience of 5,000 years of history through a relaxing journey of discovery in the beautiful landscape that attracted warring settlers for millennia.

The key to this initiative’s success will be how the local history is illuminated by local people, communities and tourism stakeholders, offering stories and products which touch on the main themes of Ireland’s Ancient East.

Fáilte Ireland invites you to an Ireland’s Ancient East brand workshop, where we will share the thinking behind the brand, feedback from consumers and international buyers and plans on bringing this exciting initiative to life. As part of the workshop we will explore the great stories in your area that tell the story of 5,000 years of history and how you can be a part of Ireland’s Ancient East.

  • 11th May – Venue: Portlaoise Heritage Hotel, Portlaoise, Co Laois.   Time: 9.30am
  • 12th May – North , Co Wexford, Venue: To be confirmed. Time: 9.30am
  • 13th May – Venue: The Walter Raleigh Hotel, Youghal, Co Cork. Time: 9.30am

(For each workshop registration opens from 9.30am. The workshop commences at 10am sharp and concludes at 1.00pm.)

Please RSVP Eimear.Whittle@failteireland.ie clearly indicating which venue you wish to attend, by midday Wednesday, May 6th 2015.

This invitation is open to all stakeholders working in the tourism industry, so feel free to circulate this within your tourism network. However we respectfully request that all attendees must RSVP.

For more information on the workshops visit Fáilte Irelands website.

 

 

 

 

 

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