Lectures/Walks/Outings – 2019
28th Edition of our Journal now available
Please note that Annual Membership Subscriptions are due on January 1st
Single €10:00 Family €15:00 Retired/Unwaged €8:00 Retired Family €12:00
Lectures take place in The Royal Marine Hotel, Marine Road, Dun Laoghaire at 8 p.m.
Admission Fee : €3.00
Wednesday 20th February
“The South Circular Road on the Eve of the First World War”
Speaker: Catherine Scuffill.
Wednesday 20th March
“The Houses of Dun Laoghaire”
Speaker: Rob Goodbody.
Wednesday 17th April
“AGM and Treasure Night”
Saturday 27th April
Half Day Outing to Newbridge House, Donabate – depart the car park Dart Station Sandycove at 12:45. Cost €20:00 – required to book a place on the outing and is non- refundable. Book at any of our lectures or with Anna Scudds at 01-2806213 Newbridge House is a Georgian Mansion set within 30 acres of woodland, gardens and rare breeds farm. It was the home of the Cobbe family from 1736, who still have an input in the running of the estate and retain the top floor as a holiday home.
Wednesday 15th May
“Living in Harbour House during the Emergency”.
Speaker: Russell Kane.
Russell lived in harbour house with his family, his father worked for Dun Laoghaire Borough Council. Harbour House is now known as Moran Park House.
We have a Facebook page – Dun Laoghaire Borough Historical Society – please sign up to view all our activities.
To contact the Federation of Local History Societies, go to – www.localhistory.ie – to view all the activities
Book Stall available at all our meetings
28th edition of our Journal is now available @ €7:00
Street History /Kingstown – Dun Laoghaire, Carrickbrennan Graveyard, Pavilion, Glasthule Book, Artists & Writers of the Borough – all at €6:00
Some back issues available at reduced rate – €3:00, secure some of the journals you are missing. Post and packaging: – Ireland €3:50 UK & rest of the world €4:50.
Hon Sec: Anna Scudds, 7 Northumberland Park, Dun Laoghaire, Co Dublin. PH:(01)2806213 not after 9pm local time.