Formed with the aim of promoting ‘the collection, preservation and communication of the cultural heritage’ of their rather fine little village, The Kilmacanogue History Society meet once a month to do just that.
As with the likes of the Greystones Archaelogical & Historical Society and The La Touche Legacy gang, the Kilmac organisation is non-profit.
They’re more concerned with keeping those local roots intact. And freshly-watered for future generations to appreciate.
Meeting at 8pm in The Glenview Hotel generally on the first Tuesday of a month, you can find out more about The Kilmacanogue History Society on their Facebook page here, or their main website here. You can also try emailing the wonderfully-named Bat on email@example.com, Dairine on firstname.lastname@example.org or Heather on email@example.com. If they don’t get back to you within the month, you can try calling Ann Cranny on 0872448704.
You can read all about Kilmacanogue’s own history here, and about that beautiful water trough that greeted visitors for so many years right about here.
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