If you live, work or perhaps enjoy recreational activities in the Wicklow and Dublin uplands, then an upcoming event hosted by Wicklow Uplands Council offers the perfect occasion to be part of the conversation on its sustainable development.
Beginning at 7pm on the 8th of July in the Glendalough Hotel, the event commences with a panel meeting which provides an opportunity for networking and discussion amongst the tourism, community, recreation and farming sectors and to make nominations to the Board of Directors.
The AGM starts at 8pm with an overview on what has been a very busy 12 months for the council. The keynote address will be given by Mr. Simon Harris, TD and Minister for Health.
Formed in 1997, Wicklow Uplands Council is an independent, voluntary organisation that offers a collective voice to its diverse membership. Focussing on the sustainable development of the Wicklow and Dublin uplands, the Council is involved with a wide range of projects such as recreational and trail development, PURE Project, the innovative SUAS Project, deer management and community led projects such as the countywide network of heritage interpretative panels. The Council also leads policy development on a range of issues affecting upland communities and its habitats.
All interested parties are very welcome and for further information, please visit www.wicklowuplands.ie or contact the office on 01-2818406