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Estonia Report – Joseph Waterfield

“Heritage is not something that should be kept behind closed doors, it is something that should be shared. Folk heritage is valuable for its own sake, but we only protect it by using it, and we can strengthen it by sharing it. Teaching other people our dance moves, helping other people to love our poems.” […]
 
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Islands, Iconic wildlife, Ice roads and Independence

Estonian exchange trip

August 2014

Kirsty Rosie

Highland Council Ranger Service

In this report I will outline the project and my involvement in it, then the timetabled visits and activities. I will then focus on the aspects I felt had most relevance to me and lastly make suggestions for what I can do […]
 
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A JOURNEY THROUGH THE LAND OF STORY

ARCH TRAINER EXCHANGE – CHIST 3 PROJECT TO

ESTONIA 24th – 31st AUGUST 2014

Claire Hewitt Storyteller and handmaker

 

These two old photographs for me tell the heart of our journey through Estonia – meetings with ordinary yet extraordinary people who have faced occupation of their tiny country and yet inspite of this […]
 
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Estonia - Saaremaa Island's Culture and Traditions

Estonia

Estonia – Saaremaa Island’s Culture and Traditions

24th – 31st August

The Estonian programme will be hosted by Maarika Toomel the director of Heritage Tours Ltd which is a member of the Estonian Eco Tourism Society and Eco Tourism Cluster. Heritage Tours have a concept to ‘unite cultural and natural heritage in an innovative […]
 
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‘positively crazy people’ to make things change for the better.

Estonia report – Rachel Hunter, June 2013

Introduction

At the beginning of June 2013 I was lucky enough to participate in a CHIST 2 (Cultural Heritage Interpretation and Sustainable Tourism) study trip to Estonia, funded through Leonardo da Vinci and promoted by ARCH in Scotland. I travelled with Issie MacPhail, Catriona MacLeod, Joanne Howdle, […]
 
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