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Lightning provides bolt from the blue in New Ross

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Corn Ros Mhic Treoin

Loyal Lightning (Kingsmill Dynamo x Loyal Lyric) beat Jet Stream

All Age Bitch Stake

Kingsmill Ariel (Johnny Casanova x Kingsmill Chanel) beat  43 more words

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Corn Ros Mhic Treoin

Mulboy King v Ballinbola Mill
Dillrock Darby v Loyal Lightning
Telex Hero v Kingsmill Jasper
Hilark James v Jet Stream

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Lady Anne Loftus

Inspired by a recent visit to the most haunted house in Ireland; Loftus Hall, I created this image of Lady Anne; the ghostly resident of the tapestry room. 119 more words

Photography

1998 – In tribute to emigrants who sailed to the New World on coffin ships, Coillte announced plans for the establishment of the Forest of Dunbrody on the outskirts of New Ross, Co Wexford.

The story of Ireland is, in many ways, a story of continuous migration. Many disparate groups came to Ireland over the millennia, each one leaving their mark on the character of the island. 491 more words

Irish History

Marshall's Monument


Three lancet windows close the chancel of St Mary’s, New Ross, County Wexford. Founded at the start of the 13th century by William Marshall and/or his wife Isabel de Clare, this was one of the first Perpendicular Gothic churches built in Ireland and most likely the largest at the time. 90 more words

Architectural History

Ding Dong! Avon Calling!

by Karen Seaboyer

You remember the heartwarming ads at Christmas. The pretty little glossy catalogues. The image of the beautiful Avon lady arriving with gifts, each one having its cherished place in every cozy, fireplace-glowing family room in the North American household. 152 more words

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The Wexford Way Chapter 3

The Wexford Coastal Path

Chapter Three

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The lost treasure of Dollar Bay

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       

A warm bright day in early summer is perfect for the long walk.  1,612 more words

Wexford Coastal Path