Tralee Projects Receive Funding From Heritage Council

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Kerry County MuseumTHE Heritage Council has announced funding for a number of heritage projects in Kerry under its 2016 Community-based Heritage Grants Scheme.

Three of the projects are based in Tralee; a conservation management plan for St John’s Church gets €8,000, a conservation management plan for buildings within the disused Denny factory site also gets €8,000, while €1,200 will go to the Kerry County Museum for Documentary evidence of 1916 – creating a legacy of conserved objects.

A total of 171 heritage projects nationwide have been awarded funding under the scheme, which supports the continuing conservation and development of Irish heritage through local community based groups.

Funding of €800,000 has been provided through the Heritage Council and the Department Regional Development, Rural Affairs, Arts and the Gaeltachtand almost 400 projects across the country applied for funding.

The full list of funding for Kerry projects is below;

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