Who Built Our Tower?

Today the QR Codes for our Heritage Trail instant videos were added to the 18 Sites heritage sites around Clones.

20 Historical Video Programs are now accessible to anyone with a smart device.

Clones Town Team are proud to say that our Virtual Heritage Trail is now Active all around Clones. Clones town team would like to thank presenters Brian MacDonald and George Knight, and also Ciaran Mulhall standing in for Clones GAA. The system uses QR Codes that have been attached to the historical locations around the town. Point the camera on your smart device. Sponsored by Monaghan County council, This covid interrupted project has been in process for 2 years. 

What is a QQR Code?

A QR code consists of black squares arranged in a square grid on a white background, which can be read by most smart devises. A smartphone is used as a QR code scanner, displaying the code and converting it instantly into an enjoyable video giving you the history details of the location you are standing in. All you need do is open your phone camera and point it at the QR code, your phone may ask permission to go to the video. That's it!!

To Test, Scan the QR code to the right with your phone to be brought to the Barry Mc Guigan short clip, which is located at the Barry Mc Guigan Park

if your android devise does not scan the QR code, you can download a FREE QR code reader android app here.