Tourism Masterplan for Shannon Region

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Consultative Workshops

Various locations along the Shannon sub-regions (22-25th January 2019) –

 

Waterways Ireland, in association with Fáilte Ireland, appointed SLR Consulting, with partners TellTale and Alan Hill Tourism, to develop a bold and innovative Tourism Masterplan for the Shannon Region. The Masterplan is addressing the Shannon Navigation from Limerick City to Lough Allen, including Lough Key, Co Roscommon the Shannon-Erne Waterway to Belturbet in Co. Cavan. It encompasses a 10km wide corridor traversing 10 counties (see map attached), and will form a central component of Ireland’s Hidden Heartlands experience offering.

 

SLR/Telltale is holding a series of Consultative Workshops on the Shannon Tourism Masterplan in late January 2019.  See programme below – you choose which workshop to attend, but please let us know your choice!

 

SHANNON

REGIONAL WORKSHOP

LOCATION VENUE DATE TIME Map Location/ Finding the Venue
Lower Shannon Killaloe Lakeside Hotel

Ballina/Killaloe

Co Tipperary

 

Tuesday 22nd January

2019

2.00pm – 5.00pm Turn off M7 – exit Birdhill

Proceed to Ballina village / Killaloe Bridge

https://www.google.com/maps/place/The+Lakeside+Hotel+and+Leisure+Centre/@52.8112614,-8.4794109,12z/data=!4m5!3m4!1s0x485c9e8cd6bb1e91:0x247a9335b2920eff!8m2!3d52.811047!4d-8.444048

Mid-Shannon Athlone Radisson Blu,

Northgate St.

Athlone

 

Wednesday 23rd January

2019

10.00am – 1.00pm Athlone riverside

https://www.radissonblu.com/en/hotel-athlone/map

Upper Shannon-Erne Carrick-on-Shannon Landmark Hotel

Bridge Street

Carrick-on-Shannon

Friday 25th  January

2019

10.00am – 1.00pm Bridge Lane, off Bridge Street, Carrick-on-Shannon https://www.google.com/maps/dir/51.272378,0.5497005/53.943448,-8.09324/@53.9431676,-8.0969444,15.99z/data=!4m4!4m3!1m1!4e1!1m0

 

 

These workshops will help us to identify compelling tourism experiences, based on emerging themes from consultations to date, to underpin the Ireland’s Hidden Heartlands ‘Active in Nature’ tourism proposition for the River Shannon. For this we need key people who know, love, understand, and live or work along the River Shannon corridor, who can contribute to developing ideas for new and exciting tourism initiatives along the entire river.

 

We would like to invite you to participate in this workshop and to also spread the word to others who may be interested in participating.

 

If you can attend on any of the above dates, please reply to gemma@telltale.eu