It’s Science Week in Northern Ireland

In celebration of Science Week and the Geological Survey of Northern Ireland’s 70th Anniversary local primary schools were invited to Stormont, Northern Ireland’s government buildings, to […]

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Newsletter Four

The fourth bi-annual newsletter has been released. Click here to read it!

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Mid-Point Meeting In Lochaber, Scotland

Lochaber Aspiring Geopark hosted the fourth Drifting Apart partner steering group meeting in Fort William, Scotland. All partners were represented at the meeting which happened in late […]

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Filming in Fermanagh and Cavan

Drifting Apart is using new virtual reality technology to bring millions of years of geology to life across six countries. 360 footage from various locations in […]

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It’s the teachers turn to learn

The Causeway Coast and Glens Heritage Trust, Northern Ireland, launched a geology course for teachers of all ages and abilities in early November. The course was […]

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приветствуем друзей из Кенозерский (Welcome friends from Kenozero)

Elena Shatkovskya, Director, and Alexandra Iakolvea,  Director of Development at Kenozero National Park visited partner sites in Northern Ireland following a recent Drifting Apart meeting in […]

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GEOfood – Serving Up Local Benefits

Two Drifting Apart partners; Magma UNESCO Global Geopark and Kenozero National Park have embarked on a project, GEOfood, along with Saarte Geopark Project located in Estonia. […]

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Trollfjell Geopark Launches New Booklet

Trollfjell Geopark on the western coast of central Norway is a partner in the Drifting Apart project and has recently applied to become a UNESCO Global […]

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Teaching the Teachers in N. Ireland

In 2014 the Causeway Coast and Glens Heritage Trust delivered a very successful geology themed teacher training course along with the Geological Survey of Northern Ireland, […]

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