Last Friday, October 18, a round table was held in the Assembly Hall of the IES Felipe de Borbón within the framework of the European OuRoute project.
The focus group, which was jointly organized by the City Council of Ceutí and the Institute, also had the presence of a representative from the University of Murcia, also a partner of the project.
The objective of the table was to discuss with different representatives of the culture, art and crafts of Ceutí and together with the students who will participate in this project for 3 years, about the importance of cultural heritage, its concept, difference between assets tangible and intangible, the importance and responsibility of society to preserve our heritage, job opportunities for young people in the creative field, how to encourage young people to be involved in the promotion of heritage ...
The debate was really enriching for all those present, both the guests and the students.
The round table featured the artist Torregar, the artisans Miguel Lucas, Arcadio Hernández Campillo, Ana Isabel Del Canto Rodríguez and Otilia Mirete Ródenas, the librarian Carmen Jara, the president of the Peńa â€śEl Tomateâ€ť of Ceutí, Reme Funes of the Group of Local Action ADRI Vega Media del Segura, Valvanera Sanz, Santiago Martínez Alcolea of â€‹â€‹the Association Friends of the Caves, Marimar Román of the University of Murcia, Andrea Gómez of the company Hop Ubiquitous and Purificación Hernández, former councilor of the City Council of Ceutí, who knows many Stories about the municipality.
In addition, synergies and new contacts were created to facilitate the discovery of the heritage of Ceutí to young people, since they will be in charge of promoting it through this project.
After the meeting, students and guests had the opportunity to visit the old inn of Ceutí, located in front of La Conservera, and thus learn more about the history of our municipality.
Source: Ayuntamiento de Ceutí