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Imagine relaxing on your sofa in your own piece of history. Formerly a Church of Ireland chapel in Kiltullagh near Loughrea, this famous local landmark was built in 1808 and 200 years later it was given a new lease of life. It was deconsecrated in 1920 and had been used as an Irish Army billet, dancehall, sports hall, and workshop. The one of a kind renovation project has been picked by The Sunday Times home edition and Upstairs Downstairs magazine for their covers. This is a massive achievement for La Maison Chic.
A FEMALE Church of Ireland vicar and a folk-rocker from Arkansas will be reading at the March Over The Edge in the Galway City Library on Thursday March 26 at 6.30pm.
As part of its bicentennial celebrations, the Church of Ireland at Ardrahan will hold an auction and social evening at Rahally Castle, Ardrahan on Saturday September 12 at 8pm.
A musician, a flautist, a cleric, a man from Loyalist East Belfast, and a passionate enthusiast and supporter of Irish culture - Rev Gary Hastings is all these things. Within the next two months he will become the new rector of St Nicholas’ Collegiate Church.
A guided walking tour around the heart of Old Castlebar, conducted by Brían Hoban, local historian and Fáilte Ireland approved tour guide, will take place each Saturday morning during July and August.
The Church of Ireland at Ardrahan will hold a celebration Harvest Thanksgiving Service at 8pm tomorrow to mark the 200th anniversary of the church.
In line with national trends, new figures have revealed that more and more people in Westmeath are opting for civil marriage ceremonies as opposed to religious ceremonies.
THE CLIFDEN Community Arts Week returns from Thursday September 17 to Sunday 27 and will feature readings from such major Irish poets as Seamus Heaney and Michael Longley.
With great music and events featuring at this weekend’s Irish Conker Championships in Freshford, it is sure to be a fun weekend for all involved.