Project 11: Access Inniskillings

Project Partner: Inniskillings Museum | Theme: Improving AccessSharing our Stories


Access Inniskillings is a digital archiving project promoted by the Inniskillings Museum which aims to preserve many of the museum’s historical documents from its paper and photographic archives prior to 1900.

Project 11: Access Inniskillings

Project Partner: Inniskillings Museum
Theme: Improving Access & Sharing our Stories

The digitisation will preserve the information for future generations and help sustain the archiving practice within the museum. The records are currently in a poor state and urgent action is needed to rescue them.

The project will leave a legacy in terms of accessibility to information held by the museum for the public, genealogists, historians and families of former service personnel from the Lough Erne region who helped shape world history in the 18th and 19th century. Enniskillen is the only town in the UK to have given its name to two regiments and the Inniskilling Museum is an important regimental collection that records, preserves and presents their history to the public and to the families of those who served in them. The regiments are known both nationally and internationally.

For more information contact Heather Gott call 028 6632 7109 email: heather.gott@rspb.org.uk

Inniskillings Museum Curator Neil Armstrong discusses the Access Inniskillings Project

Access Inniskillings on UTV Lough Erne

Joe gets to wield a sword at the Inniskillings Museum and takes part in an “Emigrant’s Wake” on the shores of the Upper Lough.

Inniskillings Museum Volunteer Open Day 26/08/19

Great open day at Inniskillings Museum. With people getting the opportunity to take a behind the scenes tour of the museum and meet the current volunteers along with getting the chance to sign up. Queen's University Belfast where offering people a chance to get interactive with their Digital Roadshow. And many more exciting things. For more information on how to get involved contact Heather Gott. E: heather.gott@rspb.org.uk

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