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- February Dawn by Estelle …
- Greening for St. Patrick’s Day Festival 2021.
- A Springtime scene ☀️
- Glin Tennis – photo from the past …
- ‘The snowdrop and primrose our woodlands adorn’ ( Jean)
- Glin Mass broadcast from Radio Maria – Jan 26th at 10am
- Glin Community Gofundme https://gf.me/u/y9xyxz
- Glin Tidy Towns / Litter Picking.
- Campaign to leave Christmas lights on!
- Twilight Descending… by Mary T
Glin, Limerick, Ireland
Category Archives: Historical Society
The two beautiful milestones at both sides of Glin Town have got a makeover. A coat of paint can make a huge difference 🎨
The GB Rovers ⚽ awards 🏅🏆🎖 night will take place next Thursday night the 29th June at the hall in Glin at 7pm. Could all parents please contribute to the night with some buns, cakes, etc Thank you.
Fáilte Ireland Unveils Route for New Shannon Estuary Way June 16, 2017 Minister of State for Tourism and Sport Patrick O’Donovan today unveiled the route for the Shannon Estuary Drive – the first in what is hoped to be a … Continue reading
Our Events page on Glin.info is being updated for 2017. Click here to see. Please send your event information to us at email@example.com or 087 629 6439 Events in Glin 2017 The following events are planned (some tentatively) in Glin … Continue reading
Birdwatching this Saturday starts at Tarbert and will visit Glin to look for Teal, Wigeon and other birds. Meet at the Tarbert Bridewell at 2pm on Saturaday 28th of January on behalf of BirdWatch Limerick Branch. All are welcome.
Top photo recently taken at Glin Fair Day December 2016 courtesy of Mary Enright. Turtle Bunbury. . (Photo: James Fennell) DIN LANE GLIN, CO. LIMERICK TURF DEALER BORN: 12th Feb 1923 ‘T’was only the country children would go to school … Continue reading
This Saturday 16th July there are 2 events to keep you and your little ones entertained. Saturday morning kicks off with a Race Start Time of 9am as the Glin Knights Cycling Club have their Glin … Continue reading
From the Limerick Leader 16th July 2016. First published in 1972.
There will be a historical walking tour in Glin on Tuesday 31 May. The walk will start at Kilfergus Graveyard at 5pm and will commemorate Glin’s involvement in the 1916 Rising. Tom Donovan will give the talk and it is … Continue reading
The sun shone on a beautiful 2016 Corpus Christi Procession. Benediction was in Corbry Estate this year and the residents put huge work into preparing the estate – a real credit to all involved. Pictures below of Corpus Christi 2016. … Continue reading
Shout out to Tidy Towns Volunteers. 📢📢📢📢📢📢📢 A big THANK YOU to all those who have volunteered on the Tidy Towns initiative. As they say ” a little can make a big difference”. With this in mind, and Glin’s entry … Continue reading
Glin Tidy Towns. A big thank you to all who turned up on Good Friday for the Team Limerick clean-up. A huge amount of litter was collected around the town and environs. It is disappointing therefore to see that even … Continue reading
The Land of Milk and Money Limerick’s Co-operative Creameries With the news that Limerick City and County Council is to redevelop the former Cleeve’s Factory site I decided to revisit the first job I officially work on with my father with my MUBC under … Continue reading
Glin Castle Race 2015 This years RWYCI Glin Castle Race will take place this Saturday 22nd August. Briefing 1100 hrs at Glin Pier with first gun 1200 hrs. The race will finish at FYC’s club line with the the prizegiving … Continue reading
The oldest woman in the parish Liza Mulvihill will be buried tomorrow Thursday 7th May. She was born in the 19th August 1915. The following is an interview I did with her in 2010. Laughing with Liza “You must be … Continue reading
An article in Saturday’s edition of Irish Times informs us that Tom Wall, former student in Glin Industrial School, is donating historical documents from Glin Industrial School to the Department of History in the University of Limerick. This is a … Continue reading
The library was pleased, on Tuesday 24th, to host Barry Conway from California who spoke about the people from West Limerick and North Kerry who set up homes in the Ottawa Valley in the 1800’s. These people kept alive the Irish … Continue reading