Launching in February 2019 the Cross-Border programme aims to bring together 200 participants from CC&G representing a broad range of interest groups and stakeholders. These diverse groupings include: coastal issues, rural issues, minority communities, tourism, economic development, culture arts and heritage, sports, environmental initiatives and festivals/traditions. We are looking for participants from a cross community background who will take part in a variety of capacity building sessions and cross border best-practice visits. We are particularly excited about the opportunity to develop a digital resource with each of the broader interest groupings. This is an exciting opportunity to take part in a programme that will build connections that can leave a positive legacy for the participants themselves and for the wider community.