"The story of Mountsandel resonates at a local level, but also has national relevance; as the book elicits “This is where the human story of this island began.” Moreover is that this Peace IV funded Programme “Understanding Our Area” is a perfect fit for this example of local history and heritage that has wider historical and anthropological significance."
"The production and development of this booklet was instigated by the Mountsandel Discovery and Heritage Group (MDHG).
This publication is one approach to achieving the aim of Mountsandel Discovery and Heritage Group which was founded in 2017, under the patronage of Rotary Club of Coleraine, to increase understanding and awareness of the uniqueness and significance of Mountsandel, Coleraine and the River Bann corridor.
Through outreach, education and learning programmes, MDHG work to promote the archaeology and history of Mountsandel and regularly engage with many stakeholders and the local communities who live and work in this area of outstanding cultural heritage.
This booklet has been produced as part of the PEACE IV Understanding Our Area - People and Places project, supported by Causeway Coast and Glens Museum Services."
It was a pleasure to have been involved with this project as I worked with the Mountsandel Discovery and Heritage Group through the Causeway Coast and Glens Museum Services.
View publication online at https://niarchive.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/09/Salmon-People-3.pdf