Archived Events

North West Angling Fair

The 4th North West Angling Fair is taking place at Castlederg Castle on the 6th - 7th Arpil and itwill welcome a host of world class Fly Dressers, Casters and Angling Celebrities. Visitors to the event will have the opportunity to watch these fly dressers practice their art and fly casters demonstrating their techniques and tactics. There will be something for all the family, from educational programmes, Youth Fly Tying Competitions, Birds of Prey and much, much more. Source to Tap will be exhibiting at the fair. Come along and learn more about the Source to Tap project and meet...

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Water & Ecology Day

Come along to a fun and educational look at our water, pollution and the wildlife we need to protect.

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Cavan & Monaghan Science Festival

Exploring citizen science as part of the Cavan & Monaghan Science Festival on Friday 16th Nov from 9:45am in Tanagh Outdoor Education Centre.

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Riverfly Monitoring Training in Ballybay

Are you interested in citizen science ? If yes, then join us at our Riverfly Monitoring Training day on Saturday 6th October 2018 in Ballybay Wetlands Centre from 10am to 4pm to learn how you can help monitor and protect your local river as a citizen scientist. We will be running training for volunteers to measure the health of the Erne River Catchment through regular monitoring of river invertebrates. No previous experience is required and equipment is supplied. During the workshop participants will learn how to collect, identify and record a sample. Once trained, monitors will take regular samples to...

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Riverfly Monitoring Training in Derrygonnelly

Are you interested in citizen science ? If yes, then join us at our Riverfly Monitoring Training day on Saturday 15th September 2018 in Derrygonnelly Field Studies Centre from 10am to 4pm to learn how you can help monitor and protect your local river as a citizen scientist. We will be running training for volunteers to measure the health of the Erne River Catchment through regular monitoring of river invertebrates. No previous experience is required and equipment is supplied. During the workshop participants will learn how to collect, identify and record a sample. Once trained, monitors will take regular samples...

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Riverfly Monitoring Training in Killeter

Are you interested in citizen science ? If yes, then join us at our Riverfly Monitoring Training day on Saturday 8th September 2018 in Killeter Heritage Centre from 10am to 4pm to learn how you can help monitor and protect your local river as a citizen scientist. We will be running training for volunteers to measure the health of the Derg River Catchment through regular monitoring of river invertebrates. No previous experience is required and equipment is supplied. During the workshop participants will learn how to collect, identify and record a sample. Once trained, monitors will take regular samples to...

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Fermanagh County Show 7th & 8th August

We will be exhibiting at Fermanagh's premier agricultural event. Come along and learn more about the Source to Tap project and meet the team. The show will be held on Tuesday 7th and Wednesday 8th August. Opening Hours: - Tue 7th August from 4pm - 10pm - Wed 8th August from 10am- 4pm

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Land Incentive Scheme Information Evening

You are invited to attend an Information Evening on Wednesday 25th July 2018 at 8pm in Derg Valley Leisure Centre, 6 Strabane Rd, Castlederg BT81 7HZ to learn more about our scheme which offers 100% funding for agricultural landowners to undertake measures on the farm to help protect and improve water quality in the River Derg and improve farm efficiency.

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Omagh Agricultural Show 6th & 7th July

We will be exhibiting at the 178th Annual Omagh Agricultural Show. Come along and learn more about the Source to Tap project and meet the team.

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Finn Valley Agricultural Show

We will be exhibiting at Finn Valley Agricultural Show. Come along and learn more about the Source to Tap project and meet the team.

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