2021 photograph of the ogham stone in an alcove of Ardmore cathedral chancel.

Ogham Stone 263 in Ardmore

An Early Medieval ogham stone situated within Ardmore cathedral. 




Making the Past a Place - thoughts for Cong 2015

This post is written in preparation for Cong 2015 (www.congregation.ie) which takes place in Mayo on 27th & 28th of November. It represents the work of John Tierney of Eachtra & Bernie Goldbach of LIT.


Training & traipsing around Murroe, Limerick

This blog post is written by Margaret McNamara as part of a Digital Cultural Heritage Training Project taking place in the Ballyhoura Region of Ireland & funded by Ballyhoura Development Ltd. It describes some of the first days training which took place in Murroe.


The Hillary Crosses

Donie O'Sullivan tells us the history of the 20th century crosses erected on Mount Hillary. Tractors, generators, teak and lightning are all mentioned.


The Farm at Farrangarret

The farm in Farrangarret is intrinsically linked with the monastery of Ardmore. The monastery of Ardmore was centred on the site of the famous Cathedral and Roundtower. Following in the footsteps of St. Declan the monastery was a spiritual centre for worship and pilgrimage.