Rabbits were introduced to Ireland by the Normans as a source of food. Rabbits are herbivores and in the wild can live on grasses. They make burrows underground to sleep and breed in.
The Heritage Office of Kilkenny County Council has developed 8 lesson plans, which will be useful for teachers of 4th/5th/6th class in primary school, on aspects of the River Nore's heritage.
Would you like your children/ pupils to learn more about their heritage, and Kilkenny's archaeology, in a fun and education-centred way?
The nettle is a familiar plant to everyone - sometimes alas from the experience of getting stung by it! However it is a plant that has been highly valued in this country for hundreds of years.