If you are a young person between 12 and 18 years of age and you are interested in observing, exploring, and participating in the environment and heritage around you, then you are indeed the true Heritage Maker we are looking for!
All you have to do is ask your parent or legal guardian to send your story, along with a photo or a video of your heritage site and some information about yourself (including your name and age) through the EHDs website and your story will be published on the EHDs portal.
How to upload your story:
Step one: Go to Visitor Book section of this page
Step two: Click on the Share your story button
Step three: Fill in all the requested details and send us your story.
Shortly after sending your story, National Coordinator of your country will approve it and you will be able to see your story in the Visitor Book.
Read detailed Rules for participation here.
Once you have your story published share your story on social media to let everyone know you are part of #HeritageMakers team! :)
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The storyteller must declare that they have written the story themselves. The Council of Europe and the European Commission do not bear responsibility for copyright infringement. If the storyteller did not author the Story, it is their responsibility to ensure they have secured permission from the author before submission. . If the child is on the photo the storyteller confirms that there is a parental consent for the photo to be published.
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August 25th, 2019
Friends of the Camac, Clondalkin Leisure Centre car park, Old Nangor Rd, Clondalkin., Co. Dublin – South Dublin
August 17th, 2019 - August 25th, 2019
Leon Duffy, St. Laurence Hotel, 22 Market Square, Navan, Co. Meath
August 19th, 2019 - August 23rd, 2019
St Connell's Museum, Glenties, Co. Donegal
Town Hall, The Castle, Bangor, Down, BT20 4BT
September 14th, 2019 - September 15th, 2019
Moneypenny’s Lock, Newry Canal Towpath, Mullahead Road, Brackagh, Portadown, Armagh, BT62 3RS
Langford Lodge, Largy Road. Crumlin, Antrim, BT29 4RS
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