Clarinbridge Heritage Group

We Are What We Were! 

Clarinbridge Local Heritage Group is a group of volunteers who first came together in 2010 to collect, record and preserve stories, folklore, photographs and other items of local heritage in our community.

With ongoing mentoring from the National Museum of Ireland - Country Life we are collecting information, stories and photos of historical interest from people who, wherever they live, would like to record what ‘we were’ and so contribute to understanding what makes Clarinbridge and its hinterland what ‘we are’.

If you would like to contribute to this community archive, you can Register and upload, or just e-mail us at clarinbridge.heritage@gmail.com and we’ll help you get started.

Page link: Johnny Cummins
Johnny Cummins
Paddy Burke's Right Hand man
Page link: Oyster Fishing - Dredges and Dredging
Oyster Fishing - Dredges and Dredging
Michael Egan, Cave, Clarinbridge
Page link: Oyster Fishing and Boats
Oyster Fishing and Boats
Michael Egan, Cave, Clarinbridge
Page link: It's All About The Oyster
It's All About The Oyster
Exhibition in Clarinbridge House 6th-14th Sept 2014
Page link: Font at Roevehagh Church
Font at Roevehagh Church
Who knows something about it?
Page link: The Church in the Wood
The Church in the Wood
Commemorating the 75th anniversary of the Church of the Annunciation
Page link: Mass Paths
Mass Paths
James Heaney
Page link: Modern Day Thatching
Modern Day Thatching
Michael Fahy, Inverin
Page link: The Electric Kettle
The Electric Kettle
Michael Kelly, Clarinbridge
Page link: Michael Conniffe
Michael Conniffe
Man of Many Parts
Category link: Christmases Remembered
Christmases Remembered
Memoirs from Clarinbridge writers' groups
Category link: Churches - Past & Present
Churches - Past & Present
Parish Churches of Clarinbridge