Wexford to get €34,988 Ancient East funding

The Irish National Heritage Park at Ferrycarrig, Wexford, is in line for Ancient East Scheme funding.

Wexford is to receive €34,988 as part of Ireland’s Ancient East Grant Scheme, according to Fine Gael’s Minister Michael D’Arcy, who said: “I’m delighted that Wexford is set to receive this funding under Ireland’s Ancient East Storytelling Interpretation Grant Scheme.

The Irish National Heritage Park at Ferrycarrig, Wexford, is in line for Ancient East Scheme funding.

“Ireland’s Ancient East (IAE) was launched in 2016. It has been developed by Fáilte Ireland as a branded visitor experience encompassing the rich heritage and cultural assets that Ireland has to offer in the midlands/eastern half of the country, providing a counterbalance to the Wild Atlantic Way on the west coast.
“The Ireland’s Ancient East visitor experience is based on Ireland’s rich built, natural and cultural legacy, made accessible and delivered through storytelling and interpretation at key historical sites throughout the region.
“I am very pleased that Wexford is set to benefit with the Irish National Heritage Park set to receive funding.
“Ireland’s Ancient East is working in partnership with industry and stakeholders on destination development by creating great places to visit.
“Promoting and supporting our arts, culture and heritage is good for our society, our economy and our national identity, both at home and abroad. Fine Gael recognises that our arts and culture have always been, and always will be, one of Ireland’s enduring strengths.” the Fine Gael Minister concluded.

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