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OSA Summer Review: "Conservation Without Frontiers" Summer School 2019

‘Conservation Without Frontiers’ is a joint venture between the Ulster Architectural Heritage Society and the Irish Georgian Society, focused on highlighting the positive impact that conservation has on both vernacular architecture and local communities. Bringing together students and enthusiasts, ‘Conservation Without Frontiers’ has been running for six years, with each Summer School focusing around two border counties in Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland. In 2019, these were Cavan (Ireland) and Fermanagh (NI) – two relatively low-profile counties which both host a fascinating deep history spanning thousands of years. The Summer School lasted for 3 days in June, during which a nu

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