Guidance for contributors

The Journal invites contributions on any dimension of the history and heritage of the Copper Coast as noted previously.  These could be very brief articles or extend up to several thousand words or more. Illustrated articles will be particularly welcome, but in all instances we will require that the sources of information cited in articles be provided.

More detailed guidelines for intending authors are being formulated at present and will be uploaded to this tab page as soon as possible.  In the meantime, anybody interested in contributing papers to the Journal are invited to contact the Journal Editor at:

Genealogical connections are almost certain to be of particular personal, regional and international interest and a research framework which potential contributors might like to consider in particular.  CCG is presently formulating a Census research project which it hopes to launch shortly.  Details will be presented as soon as they are available under a project specific drop down tab.

About Copper Coast Geopark

The Copper Coast Geopark is in Co. Waterford, Ireland and is an outdoor museum of geological records; it stretches along the coast from Kilfarassy Beach, near Fenor in the east to Ballyvoile Beach near Stradbally to the west. Volcanoes, oceans, deserts and ice sheets all combined to create the rocks which provide the physical foundation of the natural and cultural landscapes of the area. Follow the self-guided "Copper Coast" trail and walking cards available from the The Copper Coast Geopark Centre in Bunmahon.

Please respect our Geology and Nature; leave them with us, take just memories away.

Contact Information

Copper Coast Geopark Ltd.
Co. Waterford,
X42 T923

Phone: +353(0)51292828


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