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Who Do We Think We Are? at the Northern Ireland Science Festival

We are delighted to be able to bring Prof Dan Bradley (TCD) back for a free event to present his popular talk, Who do we think […]

Accessible Heritage willow weaving workshops

As well as their Accessible Heritage Guide, and pottery workshops, the RNIB Accessible Heritage Group have been looking at traditional basketry techniques with Sabine Wolniczak. Over […]

Accessible Heritage pottery workshops

Following on from their Accessible Heritage Guide, the RNIB Accessible Heritage Group have now started a project looking at traditional handicrafts, combining talks about historical forms […]

NW200 – Museum Services Programme 2020

Capture the Moment – Faces and Places of the 2020 NW200 Amateur and professional photographers alike are invited to help us take a snapshot of race […]

The enigmatic Lady of Ballycastle

There are a number of things we can we say about the ‘Lady of Ballycastle’. For starters, there were probably two ladies originally – one on […]

King of Ballycastle – scanning, photogrametry and 3D printing

Midway through our four days of laser scanning, photogrametry and learning about 3D printing, we’ve had some great interest from the local community and made a […]

Who do you think you are? DNA, identity and culture in Rathlin and the Glens.

Who do you think you are? is a new multi-year partnership between CCGBC Museum Services, CCGBC Good Relations, Carey Historical Society, Glens of Antrim Historical Society, […]

King of Ballycastle – scanning and reminiscence dates

We’re very excited that it is nearly time to start the process of laser scanning and photogrammetry which will allow us to reconstruct the statue group […]

The King of Ballycastle project

The King of Ballycastle project is led by Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council’s Museum Services and funded by the National Lottery’s Heritage Fund. It will […]

Lore of the Land storytelling workshops

Over the course of 2018, residents from the four Clanmil housing schemes came together for a number of storytelling and reminiscence workshops where stories of folklore […]