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    Brexit – Implications for the Environment on the island of Ireland

    Friday 16th June
    Crowne Plaza Hotel, Dundalk
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    Social Investment Clinic

    Tuesday 20th June
    Linen Hall Library, Belfast
    Free

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    Developing a Legacy Fundraising Marketing Strategy

    Thursday 22nd June
    Clifton House, Belfast
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    Sustainability and Planning for the Future

    Tuesday 27th June
    Ranfurly House, Tower Room, Dungannon
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    National Trust

    Archaeology seeks to understand how people lived in the past by studying the ways they interacted with the natural and built environment. Human influence has moulded virtually the entire landscape we know today; its impact upon National Trust properties and estates is both important and revealing.

    More than 45,000 archaeological sites are recorded in the Trust's own Sites and Monuments database. This is the largest privately owned collection in England, Wales and Northern Ireland. But these don't exist in a vacuum, and our archaeologists get involved in the management of all the Trust's historical and natural places.

    For more information about Archaeology in the National Trust, please email guy.salkeld@nationaltrust.org.uk.

    Rowallane House
    Saintfield
    Ballynahinch
    Co. Down
    BT24 7LH
    www.nationaltrust.org.uk/main/w-global/w-localtoyou/w-northernireland.htm
    guy.salkeld@nationaltrust.org.uk
    028 9751 0721
    028 9751 1242

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