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The Smart and Green Building Show

Wednesday 1st May
Premier Publishing Ltd, Unit 51, Park West Entrprise Centre, Park West, Dublin 12
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Tiger Who Came to Tea

Friday 10th May
Rowallane Garden
Normal Admission

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Knockbracken Allotments, South Belfast – Path Renovation

Sunday 12th May
Knockbracken Allotments South Belfast
Free

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An Evening Walk at a Scenic Location in the Belfast Area

Saturday 18th May
TBC
Free

Shared Heritage – Legacies of the First World War

Saturday 18th May
Various, see flyer for details

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BioBlitz – Camphill Community Glencraig

Friday 24th May
Camphill Community Glencraig, 4 Seahill Road, Holywood BT18 0DB
Free

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Moyola Waterfoot Nature Reserve – Himalayan Balsam Control

Sunday 26th May
Moyola Waterfoot Nature Reserve
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Eco Teacher of the Year 26 September 2018

For the third year now Eco–Schools is running the Eco–Teacher of the Year award. Last year we received heart–warming and impassioned nominations from pupils across Northern Ireland who were keen to let us know about all you amazing Eco–Coordinators. After shortlisting the entries our panel of judges somehow managed to choose a winning primary and post–primary teacher. You can see the winning primary nomination for Mrs Darmody, pictured, from St John’s Primary School, Derry, here on our website.

We want to hear from pupils about why their teacher/Eco–Coordinator deserves the title of Eco–Teacher of the Year. Nominations can be in the form of a video, poem, song or whatever inventive ways pupils can come up with, but must not be more than 100 words. Nominations should be submitted to eco-schools@keepnorthernirelandbeauitful.org by 1st February 2019. One nomination per school.”

 

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