Dungannon: Where I Live

Market Square, where a weekly market has been in existence since 1612; Ranfurly House, built in 1854 as the Dungannon branch of the Belfast Bank; the Reservoir Gateway, constructed by Dungannon Urban Council in 1909.

Three built heritage sites that help to tell the story of Dungannon, a town that can trace its history back at least 2,000 years to the time of Geanainn, to the highland rampart that gives the town its name. Dungannon: Where I Live is a learning activity which aims to assist school pupils to participate in learning outside the classroom by exploring their local built environment and heritage.

When does the course start?

Each session begins at 10.00am and lasts for two hours. It is suitable for Key Stage 2 pupils.

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Key Stage 2 pupils will:

  • Engage with historical facts relating to Dungannon’s built heritage through a guided tour of part of the town
  • Individually, and in small groups, make a study of a series of buildings, making notes and completing pupil worksheets
  • Have the opportunity to engage with photos and artefacts relating to some of Dungannon’s older buildings

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