As part of the current public consultation to inform the new County Heritage Strategy, please find details below for information sessions that will take place across Meath:
|Thursday 16th February 2023||Ashbourne||Ashbourne Civic Office (Council Office), 1-2 Killegland Square Upper, Killegland, Ashbourne, A84 NY73||17.00-19.00|
|Monday 20th February 2023||Kells||Kells Civic Office, Headfort Place, Kells, A82 W2R3||17.00-19.00|
|Tuesday 21st February 2023||Navan||Navan Library, Railway Street, Navan, C15 RW31||17.00-19.00|
|Wednesday 22nd February 2023||Trim||Trim Tourist Office, 6 Castle Street, Trim C15 TN99||17.00-19.00|
|Monday 27th February 2023||Laytown-Bettystown||Duleek Civic Office, Main Street, Duleek, A92 CR33||17.00-19.00|
|Tuesday 28th February 2023||Ratoath||Dunshaughlin Civic Office, Drumree Road, Dunshaughlin, A85 PP71||17.00-19.00|
County Meath Heritage Strategy 2023-2030:
Pre-Draft Public Consultation
The County Meath Heritage Forum, facilitated by Meath County Council, is preparing a new County Heritage Strategy and we would like to hear your views.
The County Heritage Forum includes elected representatives, representatives from the community and voluntary sector and a wide range of organisations and state agencies with an active interest in or responsibility for Meath’s heritage.
The Heritage Act, 1995 states that the national heritage includes: Monuments, Archaeological Objects, Heritage Objects, Landscapes, Heritage Parks and Gardens, Seascapes, Inland Waterways, Architectural Heritage, Flora, Fauna, Wrecks, Wildlife Habitats and Geology.
We want to know the aspects of Meath’s Heritage that you value and want to see celebrated and conserved. We are seeking your input in setting the priorities for Meath’s Heritage Strategy
How can I take part in the pre-draft consultation process?
- By completing the online survey at the link below on or before February 28th, 2023
and / or
- By attending one of the pre-draft consultation drop-in information sessions which will be held during February 2023.
Information gathered during this process will feed into the new Heritage Strategy for County Meath, which will guide priority areas of action in Meath up to 2030.