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Saturday July 26 2014
10:00 AM

Asgard Centenary Celebrations, Howth.

category dublin | history and heritage | event notice author Monday July 07, 2014 02:02author by Croppieboy - Independent Report this post to the editors

Weekend of July 26th & 27th we'll be hosting an exhibition and lectures into Asgard Gunrunning & the Bachelors Walk Massacre which happened on the same day, 26th of July 1914.

An exhibition of artefacts from the Asgard gunrunning of 1914 will take place in the Old Court House, Harbour Rd. Howth on Sat 26th & Sun 27th of July. This exhibition will also include artefacts form the Revolution of 1916 & the War of Independence. Talks given daily by local historians & prominent speakers, entrance is free of charge & will run from 10am to 8pm.

Independent Commemoration Sat 26th @ 5pm:

A wreath laying ceremony will take place on the Est. Pier at 5pm, with main oration from Tommy McKearney.

Lecture & Ballad Session:

On Saturday 26th of July we're hosting a talk on the Asgard Gunrunning and the Bachelors Walk Massacre by Kevin Morley author of "A Descriptive History of the Irish Citizen Army". This will be followed by a ballad session from local musicians with headline act from Érin go Bragh. Venue: The Abbey Tavern, Abbey St. Howth. Doors from 8pm. Táille €5.

ALL EVENTS ARE INDEPENDENTLY RUN & ALL ARE WELCOME

author by Sharon. - Individual.publication date Sun Jul 20, 2014 14:37Report this post to the editors

Hi!

Those interested in this subject may like to know that the Seán Healy Slua of Na Fianna Éireann, Dublin, have organised commemorative events to be held on Saturday 26th July next in both Howth and on Bachelors Walk. Details can be seen at this link -
https://www.facebook.com/permalink.php?story_fbid=15220...02886

- also, a few paragraphs in connection with the Bachelors Walk Massacre can be accessed at the 'Related Link' , below.

Thanks,
Sharon.

Seán Healy, NFE : the Slua named in his honour are holding commemorative events in Dublin on Saturday 26th July 2014.
Seán Healy, NFE : the Slua named in his honour are holding commemorative events in Dublin on Saturday 26th July 2014.

Related Link: http://1169andcounting.blogspot.ie/2014/07/we-should-ob....html
author by Sharon. - Individual.publication date Fri Jul 25, 2014 00:02Report this post to the editors

Hi!

The Na Fianna Éireann organisation has produced this poster in reference to these 26th July 2014 events.

Thanks,
Sharon.

The NFÉ poster for these two events - hope to see you at one, or both, of them!
The NFÉ poster for these two events - hope to see you at one, or both, of them!

Related Link: http://1169andcounting.blogspot.ie/2014/07/we-should-ob....html
author by Sharon. - Individual.publication date Sat Jul 26, 2014 20:24Report this post to the editors

Hi!
Both events were held today, as advertised, and fitting tributes were paid by Na Fianna Éireann to those who 'done their bit' in Howth (and Kilcoole in Wicklow) on 26th July 1914 and to those who were targeted by British troops on Bachelors Walk on that same day . A full report on both events will be published in the August 2014 issue of the 'Saoirse' monthly newspaper (which goes to print on Wednesday 6th of that month) and some pics from today can be viewed on the 'Related Link' , below.

Thanks,
Sharon.

NFÉ members on Bachelors Walk, Dublin,  with family members of Mary Duffy who was brutally murdered by British Forces on Bachelors Walk, 26th of July, 1914. Pictured in the photo is the granddaughter of Mary Duffy.
NFÉ members on Bachelors Walk, Dublin, with family members of Mary Duffy who was brutally murdered by British Forces on Bachelors Walk, 26th of July, 1914. Pictured in the photo is the granddaughter of Mary Duffy.

NFÉ in Howth, County Dublin, Saturday 26th July 2014.
NFÉ in Howth, County Dublin, Saturday 26th July 2014.

Related Link: https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=739772646068902...eater
 
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