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Howth and its Heritage

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Cumann Oideachas Leithinas Binn Éadair

Howth Peninsula Heritage Society

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April Poster

 

February Poster

 

Poster for SIPTUlecture

February 2016 Lecture Flyer

Tuesday November 24

   Eoin McNeill

Scholar, nationalist,
revolutionary, politician

As part of the Society’s contribution to
the 1916 centenary we address the
legacy of the man whose final
resting place is in the area

 

Speaker:
Michael McDowell SC


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Welcome to the Website of Howth Heritage Society

Function of the Society

The primary aim of the Society, is to promote all aspects of history and heritage as they relate to the Island of Ireland, and where relevant, to the Howth Peninsula. In the pursuit of this aim the Society will aim to preserve all key historical, cultural and environmental features of the Peninsula and will contribute to the local community by promoting educational, tourism and recreational inititives and developments which are underpinned by our unique natural and cultural heritage

 

 

Monthly Lectures of the Society

By seeking to enquire and to explore into relevant areas of heritage and history, the Society runs a monthly lecture series excluding the summer months of July and August and the Christmas month of December. The meetings are held normally on the fourth Tuesday of the month in the Sea-Angling Centre on the West Pier, Howth. The type and variety of lectures may be gleaned from the sample of posters which populate this page. A full list of past lectures may be seen on our

Archives Page.

Local Community Activities of the Society

In addition to running the monthly lectures series, the society concerns itself with:

Mounting exibitions of local heritage interest;

Building an archive of newspapers articles on matters relating to Howth;

Taking an active interest in local planning and environmental matters, and where required:

Campaigning on any developments which could undermine our unique natural and cultural heritage.