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Digital survey for Heritage week

As part of national heritage week, a digital topological survey was carried out at St Mary’s Church and grounds today, August 19th 2022. The survey basically records the lie of the land and the outline of the building. The survey is not only important for any future preservation work which may be undertaken, but also […]

Some good news and funding awarded

The Friends of Clonmethan group were recently nominated for the Mayor of Fingal Community Groups award. Unfortunately we were not successful on this occasion, but we were nominated and that in itself was a great achievement. Deputy Mayor councillor Cathal Boland presented our certificate of nomination to the group recently. Further good news was received […]

Remembrance Day at Clonmethan

As you may know, Remembrance Day (also known as Armistice Day) was last Thursday, November 11. As highlighted in an earlier post, the Friends of Clonmethan erected a memorial to those from our community you feel during the Great War and World War II. A few more names have been added recently as our research […]

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