Craft & Creative Network Consultation Feedback (Meeting No.2)

Trim Castle Hotel
Thursday 25th August
7.00-9.00pm ***Please arrive from 6.30pm onwards***

Following on from our 1st Craft & Creative Network Consultation meeting in July, where over 70 craftspeople attended. You are invited to attend this feedback meeting on Thursday 25th August for a Consultation Feedback Meeting.

This event is no longer available

Verling & Associates on behalf  LEO Meath would like to invite all interested makers, designers, crafters & creatives in Meath to attend  this 2nd open meeting to hear from the Interim Steering Committee.  

Why attend?

  • As agreed in July, an Interim Steering Committee has been established and will be reviewing all your inputs collected at the consultation meeting Craft Collective Consultation Meeting 1  and distilling these to develop draft Aims & Objectives and a draft Constitution for a new network in Co. Meath.
  • The draft Aims & objectives and Constitution will be presented at the meeting on the 25th August
  • Have your voice heard and have your chance to listen to the next steps being undertaken on behalf of the creative sector in County Meath, in establishing a creative network/ collective.
  • Meet with the Interim Steering Committee
  • Agreement to proceed to setting up a Creative Collective will form part of the meeting discussion

Next Steps... REGISTER to attend    **The last meeting was over-subscribed **

This 2nd public meeting will be held in the Trim Castle Hotel, Trim, Co Meath on Thursday, 25th August from 7.00 pm to 9.00 pm.  Presentations from the Interim Steering Committee will take place. Arrive  from 6.30pm onwards in order for a prompt start at 7pm

Following presentations and open meeting discussion, light refreshments will be served, and time allowed for networking with designers/makers and other creative entrepreneurs.

Attendance is free but registration is necessary. Please Register above on the Book Now button  

Meath has 149 registered craft businesses/makers with the Design and Crafts Council Ireland, operating across a range of craft disciplines from basketry to wood working.  However, the actual number of craft and design businesses is believed to be significantly higher, yet no formal association exists for these enterprises.