We are delighted to recommence our live lectures with: '"A strongly Free State area ... our friends were very few": The Civil War in west Cork, 1922-3' by John O'Donovan. This will take place in the O'Donovan Rossa GAA Pavilion,
Our November Lecture is: The life of Kate McCarty (Sr Marie Laurence) from Drominidy North, Drimoleague by Catherine Fleming. Sr Marie Laurence spent much of her working life in France. During World War II she aiding Allied troops escaping from
St Fachtna' Cathedal, Rosscabery
Carbery's Lane, Rosscabery, Cork, Ireland
Rosscarbery Historical Society are hosting the launch of Patricia Curtin-Kelly's book, Searching for Thaddeus in Rosscarbery Cathedral on 8th December 2022 at 8.00pm. This event is co-hosted by Skibbereen & District Historical Society and Dúchas Clonakilty Heritage and the venue
Our March Lecture is: Holy Wells of County Cork by Amanda Clarke. Amanda worked as as a teacher, associate researcher at Leicester University and sometime tutor with the Royal Shakespeare Company. She has an MA in Museum and Gallery Education.
Our October Lecture is: The Rev. Edward Spring and his Mission By William Casey From the 1840s to 1860s the Rev. Edward Spring spearheaded a Protestant mission to the islands of Roaring Water Bay. In this talk, local historian William Casey examines that
Our November Lecture is: Creameries in the barony of West Carbery before Drinagh Coop By Proinnsias Breathnach Department of Geography, Maynooth University In the decades following the introduction of the creamery system to Ireland in the early 1880s, an extraordinary