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National Heritage Week Programme

Local authorities may run events and activities including tours, recitals and re-enactments to celebrate and build awareness of Ireland's heritage and support its conservation, as part of National Heritage Week.

Tipperary Heritage Week Grant Scheme


This grant scheme is now closed.

The Tipperary Heritage Week grant scheme will be announded here later in 2023.

Heritage Week 13th - 21st August 2022
National Heritage Week, an initiative by the Heritage Council, celebrates all things heritage. It brings together communities, families, organisations, cultural institutions, academics and enthusiasts, to build awareness about the value of heritage and support its conservation. This year, we are celebrating the full return of in-person events as well as continuing with digital heritage projects which attracted so many new people to National Heritage Week over the last two years. The overarching theme for National Heritage Week 2022 is sustainability and organisers are asked to consider sustainable heritage in all its forms. Organisers are also invited to explore biodiversity through events and / or projects. All events and projects that meet the objectives of National Heritage Week in a meaningful way will be promoted on the National Heritage Week website. To find out more and to register your event please visit

Tipperary County Council is now inviting applications for grant support to run Heritage Week events in 2022. Click on the links below to obtain an application form and guidelines of the scheme.
Deadline for submissions: 4pm on Friday 8th July 2022 to

Grant Size: 

€200- €500

Related Information

Heritage Week 2022

National Heritage Week

Heritage Week 13th - 21st August 2022