We need your Help! Community Consultations for new Giants Causeway World Heritage Site Management Plan

Public Consultations for the new Management Plan for the Giant’s Causeway & Causeway Coast World Heritage Site will be kicking off from 16th October, beginning with […]

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New Virtual Reality Experience explores the outstanding geo-diversity of the Causeway Coast and World Heritage Site

  On Wednesday 5th June DAERA Marine and Fisheries and Causeway Coast and Glens Heritage Trust staff were joined by the Mayor of Causeway Coast and […]

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National Trust launches Ground-breaking Sustainability Study at Giant’s Causeway WHS

Earlier this month, the National Trust announced the launch of a large-scale sustainability and capacity study at the Giant’s Causeway World Heritage Site and Carrick-a-rede. It […]

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We need your Help! New Management Plan for the Giant’s Causeway World Heritage Site

In 2019 Causeway Coast and Glens Heritage Trust will be updating and reviewing the Giant’s Causeway WHS Management Plan. Under the World Heritage Convention and UK […]

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Geoconservation – an update

The Causeway Coast and Glens Heritage Trust undertook a review and reprint of the Geoconservation booklet. This A5 booklet was originally compiled by the Geological Survey […]

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The World Heritage Site Grows Bigger

Upon recommendation of UNESCO’s World Heritage Committee in 2014 the Northern Ireland Environment Agency (Department of Agriculture, Environment and Rural Affairs) applied, through the Department of […]

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Logo Guidelines

Recently the Causeway Coast and Glens Heritage Trust reviewed how and where the World Heritage Site Steering Group member organisations used official logos and text related to […]

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What is it? And what does it mean for me? – Geoconservation

The Causeway Coast and Glens is home to some of the most geological diverse landscapes in the world. Due to this wonderful foundation several designations are […]

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Info-graphics Launched

In early 2015 the Causeway Coast and Glens Heritage Trust, on behalf of the World Heritage Site Steering Group,  worked with Blue Splat to create a […]

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