Discover The Walled Towns of Ireland Workbook for Primary School Children

As the schools are closed and most of us are trying to stay safe at home, Abarta Heritage / Irish Walled Towns Network have created a workbook aimed at primary school children (9 – 13 yr olds) to keep them entertained and as a way to help to promote the fantastic heritage of our walled towns.

The workbook features colouring pages, a building challenge, quizzes and information about some of the features that can be found in our historic towns and  Waterford City.

One of the best places to see our city walls is at the junction on Castle Street/Manor Street, where you can see 3 of the towers as well.

Please do share this widely and we’d love it if you could send back drawings and pictures of the ‘build your own walled town’ construction projects to so we can post them on the Waterford Council website and also on the IWTN social media channels.

Happy drawing ….. and  Mum and Dads  can send in their paintings  too !

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1 Response to Discover The Walled Towns of Ireland Workbook for Primary School Children

  1. amy Gallagher says:

    Hi, is the walled towns of Ireland workbook available as a hard copy from waterford Council?? Id love a copy for my 10 yr old daughter. Thanks

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