A day course is being offered by Queen’s University’s Open Learning Programme on Saturday 7th June 2014.
The day begins at 10.30a.m. and finishes at 4.30p.m.
10.30a.m. meet at the old cathedral, Armagh (St Patrick’s Church of Ireland cathedral) for a ‘tour from a Celtic perspective’ led By Grace Clunie MA – highlighting historic aspects of the old cathedral which remind us of the Celtic heritage of this ancient site.
12.30 Lunch at The Navan Centre. You can bring your own lunch and just buy tea/coffee, or you can have lunch in the restaurant at the Navan Centre.
1.30p.m. We travel to Creggan Village, 3 miles from Crossmaglen, where we are led around the South Armagh Poets’ Trail by Dr Tess Maginess. N.B. This will involve some walking.
This day is open to anyone who is interested and also to those who undertook the 10 week course in ‘The Celtic Spirit and Literature.’
For further details and to enrol contact QUB School of Education – Tel: 028 9097 3323/3539