Curtha siar! Boyne Currach Making is postponed until the new year due to civid restrictions. Boyne Currach Making is now part of the National Inventory of Intangible Cultural Heritage - here's your chance to learn how it is done!
Click on this link to see a short film we made to celebrate Heritage Week, with the support of the Department of Culture, Heritage and Gaeltacht as part of the National Inventory of Intangible Cultural Heritage. We are also welcoming visitors to our Boyne Currach Centre free of charge this week - booking essential: email@example.com
We are also slowly returning to water based activities, and if you are interested in joining us for a row on the sea or a paddle on the river please contact us. New members welcome! Click Here Open by Appointment only.....please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Boyne Currach Heritage Group.........
The Boyne Currach Heritage Group is based in the world heritage site of Brú na Boinne. Its aim is to rediscover ancient skills and crafts used by our Neolithic passage tomb ancestors who brought their civilisation and culture from Europe to our Irish shores, and left behind them threads of evidence that we now work from to try to explore who these people were and how they lived along the banks of the River Boyne.