verybody needs good neighbours, and Greystones is blessed with some of the very best.
How can you not love a blink-and-you’ll-miss-it village like Killincarrig? Or the majestic Delgany – even if it is slowly turning into Dalkey Lite?
Add in Glen Of The Downs, Kilcoole, Wicklow, Newcastle and – gulp! – Bray, and bejiggers, we’re surrounded by all kinds of beauty. And history.
As our main Old Greystones Pics archives started to buckle under the sheer weight of photographs we’ve unearthed from near and far, we decided it might be wise to start breaking them down into digestible sub-categories. And so it is that you can splash around theOld Harbour, take a stroll through the Old Shops, stopping off for a pint in one of ourOld Hotels, or just have a chat with some old folk in our People Power section.
There are many more, all waiting for you in the drop-down menu from that Olde option. For now though, let’s throw our arms around those good neighbours.