Welcome to The Bannow Historical Society Website
Bannow Parish has a unique cultural heritage. We are very proud of that. This society wishes to honour that heritage.
Our community has always been an evolving one and its history has been continuously unfolding.
This website is an important asset in our commitment to recording and preserving all aspects of our history. We see it as being a platform through we can communicate with our members and, very importantly, with the wider community. We would hope that visitors to the site will find it entertaining and informative. Tom’s Blog is a fascinating insight into the evolving social economic and historical environment of the past 150 years.
The News and Events section will keep visitors abreast of all up-coming talks tours lectures and events (sadly a blank page just now) plus a record of all previous happenings. The Gallery section is a treasure trove of old images from various sources plus a photographic record of BHS social events. There is also a link to the wonderful Dúchas site and the Folklore Schools Collection.
Please encourage your friends to log on and surf. We would welcome your feedback and look forward to hearing from you.
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Bannow Historical Society
We are very keen to attract new members to The Bannow Historical Society. We are a vibrant community. We are active on quite a number of fronts with a number of lectures, talks and walks every year. Our annual historical tour is always booked out. We work hard to preserve our physical heritage – Bannow Church, nearing completion, is an ongoing project, and we have a number of others in the pipeline. The Bannow 1169 Commemoration was a huge success. The BHS Journal is highly respected…our fourth is due out shortly.
Most importantly we are a social group, interactive and involved.
We look forward to having you on board!
Attack On The Bay
Animation by 5th and 6th class Danescastle National School.
The project was facilitated by David Begley and assisted by Hanneke van Ryswyk. It was funded by Creative Ireland in association with The Arts Department, Wexford County Council. With thanks to Ms Kennedy, Principal, Ms Foley, 5th class teacher and Mr Wickham 6th class teacher.