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'Definitely a character-forming experience'

Angus Tulloch (via email on 19 October)

I certainly enjoyed, and learnt much from, the two and a half camps attended in Austria and the one visited near Leeds in the late 1960s/early 1970s. 177 more words


The Legacy of Máire Rúa

The last photograph featured below shows the familiar exterior view of Leamaneh Castle, County Clare which originally consisted of a plain five-storey tower house (the portion to the right). 263 more words

Architectural History

O'Connell Saves Clonlara's Bacon

Clonlara and Ballyea will have to do it all again in two weeks’ time to determine the Clare Senior Hurling Championship. As the two teams played out a nail-biting draw at Cusack Park in Ennis. 337 more words


Flight by Oona Frawley

One of my priorities when travelling to distant countries is exploring foreign book shops in order to find books I probably would neither find at home nor on the internet, simply because I wouldn’t know of their existence. 1,754 more words


The Night Of Goodnight---For Now

The moon’s full tonight and its silver river shimmers on the ocean’s surface as Damien and I cuddle on the sand. My head rests on his shoulder and he holds me close because I’m a little chilled, but so very unready to end this evening. 313 more words



This is Bakermat featuring Alex Clare. The song is Living.


The Night I Sing "Promises"

Sometimes something in you snaps. Now I’m not talking about people who completely lose it and then cause violence. No, I’m talking about a person who loses it and sings another karaoke song venomously. 703 more words