The Oxford English Dictionary describes the word synchronicity as the simultaneous occurrence of events which appear significantly related but have no discernable causal connection. Well I think a whole load of synchronicity has entered the life of the Connaught Rangers Association with the centenary year of the start of the […]
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Report on the Remembrance Weekend at Markree Castle in 2013
THE WEEKEND AT MARKREE AND REMEMBRANCE SUNDAY AT KING HOUSE, 8th – 10th November 2013 Well it is over and what a remarkable weekend it was in the splendid comfort of Markree Castle in Collooney in Co Sligo. The idea was born over a year ago now, when Charles Cooper, […]
Volunteering For Pleasure.
The two main thing you have in spades in retirement is dwindling money resources and plenty of time. Dwindling money resources, what with bankers, government and markets all joining up to rob you of all your hard earned that you had put by for a rainy day and plenty of […]
Ireland Then and Now
As regular readers of my blog will know, I had the absolute privilege of helping to put on a couple of live performances of a play From the Shannon to the Somme written by Neil Richardson which in a quiet way showed the changing face of Ireland in the years […]