'Expand Your Horizons' evening seminars
Rural Information Seminar and Networking Events
Teagasc and the National Rural Network (NRN) are jointly organising an innovative series of evening seminars, Expand Your Horizons 2017, running from the end of January to March. The purpose of the seminars is to provide information on the range of agencies, services and funding and training opportunities available in rural Ireland.
All seminars run from 8:00pm to 10:00pm
|Mon 23 Jan||Waterford||Park Hotel, Dungarvanemail@example.com|
|Wed 25 Jan||West Cork||The Parkway Hotel, Dunmanwayfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Tue 31 Jan||Cork East||Mallow GAA Sport Centre, Carrigoon, Mallowemail@example.com|
|Wed 01 Feb||Galway||Peacockes Hotel, Maam Cross, Connemarafirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Thurs 02 Feb||Clare||Auburn Lodge Hotel, Gort Rd, Ennisemail@example.com|
|Mon 06 Feb||Kerry||Killarney Heights Hotel, Killarneyfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Tue 07 Feb||Limerick||Woodlands Hotel, Adareemail@example.com|
|Mon 13 Feb||Laois||Heritage Hotel, Portlaoisefirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Tue 14 Feb||Kildare||Osprey Hotel, Naasemail@example.com|
|Wed 15 Feb||Meath||Ardboyne Hotel, Navanfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Thurs 16 Feb||Dublin||City North Hotel, Dublinemail@example.com|
|Mon 20 Feb||Louth||Teagasc Office, Dundalkfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Wed 22 Feb||Mayo||Balla Resource Centre, Ballaemail@example.com|
|Wed 22 Feb||Roscommon||Abbey Hotel, Roscommonfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Thurs 23 Feb||Longford||Longford Arms Hotelemail@example.com|
|Mon 27 Feb||Sligo||Sligo Park Hotelfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Tue 28 Feb||Leitrim||Bush Hotel, Carrick on Shannonemail@example.com|
|Wed 01 Mar||Donegal||Villa Rose Hotel, Ballybofeyfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Thurs 02 Mar||Westmeath||Mullingar Park Hotelemail@example.com|
|Mon 06 Mar||Tipperary||Anner Hotel, Thurlesfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Tue 07 Mar||Offaly||Tullamore Court Hotelemail@example.com|
|Wed 08 Mar||Cavan||Kilmore Hotel, Cavanfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Thurs 09 Mar||Donegal||Inishowen Gateway Hotel, Buncranaemail@example.com|
|Thurs 09 Mar||Monaghan||Four Seasons Hotel, Monaghanfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Mon 13 Mar||Wexford||Riverside Hotel, Enniscorthyemail@example.com|
|Tue 14 Mar||Wicklow||Lawless Hotel, Aughrimfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Wed 15 Mar||Carlow||Dolmin Hotel, Carlowemail@example.com|
|Wed 22 Mar||Kilkenny||Springhill Court Hotel, Kilkennyfirstname.lastname@example.org|
The Expand Your Horizons events will provide relevant information to rural dwellers who wish to explore new possibilities for improved economic and social development for their own lives and for the betterment of their communities.
Teagasc and the NRN believe that a diverse and energetic farming industry will provide a sustainable rural environment for future generations. Farmers want to do much more than survive. They want to thrive.
Farm resilience is about equipping the Irish farm family to absorb and recover from shocks and stresses to their agricultural production and livelihoods. By expanding your horizons you will broaden your outlook on life and its possibilities.
Have you considered setting up a tourism or food business? Are you aware of all the available benefits and supports for farm families? Would you be interested in learning a new skill? If you, or members of your family are looking to ‘Expand your Horizons’, explore on or off- farm business possibilities, re-train or up-skill for a new form of employment, or explore what funding is available via the LEADER Programme or Rural Development Programme, join Teagasc and the NRN as they explore what your area has to offer you, as you ‘Expand your Horizons’.
Rural agencies, who provide services such as up-skilling, social and economic development and education provision, will provide information on their services and funding opportunities. Participating stakeholder agencies including Local Action Groups, Local Enterprise Offices, Citizens Information, Mental Health Ireland, Money and Advice Bureaus, Education and Training Boards, Fáilte Ireland and Inland Fisheries Ireland, will be on hand to provide a flavour of the opportunities they offer and the role they play in improving the viability of rural areas.
For more information about the seminars, contact Barry Caslin email@example.com or James Claffey firstname.lastname@example.org