CANN Project Information Sessions

CANN Project Information Sessions

Do you live, work, own land, or enjoy walking or hiking in the areas of and surrounding Cuilcagh and Slieve Anierin Uplands?

CANN is a cross-border environment project which is working to preserve priority habitats and species at a number of sites across Ireland, Northern Ireland and Scotland, including at Cuilcagh Mountain and Cuilcagh-Anierin Uplands Special Areas of Conservation, working alongside local communities to identify opportunities to protect and sustainably manage these unique habitats.

We would love to hear from you! Members of the public are invited to drop in to one of our informal information sessions to find out more about the CANN project and what it hopes to achieve for the Cuilcagh and Slieve Anierin areas. There will be the opportunity to have a chat with CANN project officers, to ask questions, and to let us know your thoughts.

All session: 11am – 7pm

12th Feb: St. Patrick’s Hall, Glangevlin, Co Cavan

15th Feb: Trivia House, Swanlinbar, Co Cavan

19th Feb: Tully Mill Complex, Florencecourt, Co Fermanagh

26th Feb: Mayflower Hall, Drumshanbo, Co Leitrim Free entry

All Welcome - Tea and Coffee Provided

Contact Us: Roisin Grimes - Phone: 0044 759 837 1361; Email: roisin.grimes@ulsterwildlife.org

The CANN Project is supported by the EU’s INTERREG VA Programme, managed by the Special EU Programmes Body (SEUPB).