Breochloch Laboratory of Creative Heritage is a social enterprise set up by Miguel Gonzalez. It is a community and educational archaeology and cultural heritage consultancy focusing on, and based in, West Belfast.
Breochloch believes that engaging with the material remains of the past can foster community cohesion by developing a shared sense of ownership. Archaeological and cultural heritage is a natural resource and can be a major engine of economic and social development.
Miguel and the team at Breochloch design and deliver innovative learning experiences and study programmes based around archaeology and cultural heritage is its speciality. They also provide heritage tours of West Belfast where there are more than 200 archaeological sites.
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Breochloch Laboratory of Creative Heritage is a Community and Educational Archaeology and Cultural Heritage Consultancy based in West Belfast. Breochloch is founded upon the belief that the historic environment is a vital component within the construction of personal and collective identities.
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