Our aim is to safeguard rural culture and heritage related skills in order to preserve cultural diversity, generate social cohesion and make rural areas more sustainable and attractive.
This innovative scheme will provide the volunteers with both accreditation and recognition throughout the course of the project whilst SHARE Project partners host, promote and jointly develop the scheme across North West Europe.
Each of the SHARE Project Partners lead on a specific Work Package based on their knowledge, experience and skill-set.Learn more
Three SHARE Partners have specific building projects called Investments. Click below to learn moreLearn more
The European Heritage Skills Passport Scheme (EHSPS) is an opportunity for volunteers located in each of the SHARE Partner regions to undertake a unique transnational journey of ‘experiential learning’.Learn more
SHARE Partners and their respective Volunteers visited the New Dutch Waterline in Utrecht, Netherlands during
The SHARE Partners met in Arnhem, Netherlands with the Province of Gelderland hosting a well set-out and inter
In May 2012, SHARE Partners met in Rennes, France as part of a planned Preliminary Meeting to discuss elements
The SHARE Partners arrived in Utrecht in what can only be described as 'extremely cold' conditions with Hollan
Kempens Landschap, one of the partners on the SHARE Programme, hosted a two-day exchange meeting in Belgium in
Merthyr Tydfil County Borough Council launched the SHARE Project on the 13th November 2012 at the Guest Keen