The Causeway Coast & Glens Heritage Trust (CCGHT) are calling all young artists to avail of an excellent opportunity through the Économusée Craft Reach project.  CCGHT are offering young artists the opportunity to showcase and potentially sell work alongside the Économusées via the Craft Reach project.

Having completed the successful three-year Northern Periphery Programme project – “Économusée Craft International” – the Causeway Coast & Glens Heritage Trust (CCGHT) is one of eight European partners involved in Craft Reach; funded by Interreg VB Northern Periphery and Arctic Programme 2015-2018. Over the three years the Craft Reach project will build on the success and on the experience gained from Économusée Craft International to develop new Economusées in the Causeway Coast and Glens and test services to help create socio-economic opportunities – boosting visitor, employment and business development opportunities.

Opportunities for one-off retail and showcasing are now available and will be, going forward into 2017, within these Économusée workshops in Northern Ireland:

Broighter Gold Rapeseed Oil (Limavady), producer of award winning Rapeseed Oil. Established gift shop selling a range of food and gift products.

Scullion Hurls (Loughguile) specialising in the production of Hurling sticks.

Steensons Jewellers Glenarm specialising in high quality jewellery

Broughgammon Goat Farm (Ballycastle) producer of cabrito (goat) and rose veal.

CCGHT encourage young artists to take advantage of this fantastic opportunity.

For more information, contact tierna@ccght.org or carole@ccght.org




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