Date(s) - 14 February 2018
8:00 pm - 10:00 pm
Tubber Village Hall
‘Underneath the leaning tower – Kilmacduagh and it’s seven churches’
with Rory O’Shaughnessy
14th February, 2018
8.30pm @ Tubber Village Hall
(OS52 N395 W956)
Kilmacduagh is one of the Burren’s earliest visitor attractions; steeped in archaeology, history and legend and still a hugely significant site for the local community. Rory will share the story of the Monastery and uncover some of the lesser known secrets which it holds. Rory has a degree in history and archaeology and a post grad in Irish Heritage. Outside of guiding and heritage he also works as a stonemason with a vast knowledge on building, maintaining and the history of dry stone walls. Rory lives in the Galway Burren, he is part of one of the oldest clans in the area, and does a lot of heritage education with the Heritage in Schools Scheme and the Burrenbeo Trust.
The kettle will be on from 8pm if anyone would like to join us for a cup of tea beforehand. This event is open to everyone; however it is free for Burrenbeo Trust Members and we ask for a suggested €5 donation from non-members. For more information please email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 091 638096.
Link to location of Tubber Village Hall below: