Rams Island Heritage Project Supported By
The Rams Island Heritage Project is an undertaking of the River Bann and Lough Neagh Association Company.
Ramís Island Heritage Project
The Ramís Island Heritage Project is a voluntary community based project led by the River Bann and Lough Neagh Association Company (RBLNA) a branch of the Inland Waterways Association of Ireland (IWAI).
RBLNA's aims are to preserve and promote the amenities of the River Bann and Lough Neagh, their tributaries and associated waterways. The Association has held many boat rallies over the years. A highly successful event was held at Portglenone in 1998. Very well attended rallies are held every year. Various events are planned for 2012.The Association has made substantial donations to Lough Neagh Rescue and to the R.N.L.I. The Association has produced charts and guides including a very successful pilot book for the navigable system.
RBLNA is a voluntary body of waterways enthusiasts with members whose interests are boating, natural and built heritage, conservation, bird watching, wildlife, history, archaeology and fishing.
If you are interested in any of the above and wish to join us in this project as a volunteer click here to download an application form to become a member or click here to email us. We are looking for volunteers to join us in a hands on approach whether as a fundraiser, organiser, warden or working on the Island. Skilled or unskilled are welcome. New skills can be learnt on this project.
Contact telephone 07715368050
email wardens email@example.com
email secretary firstname.lastname@example.org
email chairman email@example.com
Phone Chairman 07741019019
This site was last updated 12-May-2021