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very interesting displays, fantastic cakes from Bake me happy, never seen so much realist detail put into a cake, mill meat sausages were one of the best I have tasted.
Great selection of information on townlands of Milltown
I was very pleased to attend Milltown Book Launch. The community are very nice, Great food from Sheridans, Finns and Mill Meats. The booklet is done professionally. Lots of valuable information on this website. I met the local candle maker, cake baker, bee keeper, very interesting!
A huge thanks to all who came along to the launch of Milltown heritage trail booklet on Sunday 28th Aug 2016, all the organisers & helpers involved making this event a special day, the groups and businesses who showcased their fantastic work, the guests and speakers on the day, for those who purchased the booklet and everyone who supported the event.
Correction to page 40 of the Heritage Trail booklet as there was no Steed family in Cloonaghgarve until the mid 20th century. William Steed of Lurgan, Doonbally, Co. Galway, (otherwise Lurgan [east], in Dunmore Parish) should be correctly identified as the maker of these stone crosses at Addergoole Graveyard. Born approx. 1890’s, his house was no. 6 on the 1911 Census record and later, the residence of the late Martin Burke. There are several other similar styled examples of his work in Kilcloony Graveyard, too. Oral tradition says that he was allegedly stopped in the continuation of his work by the Co. Council as the high crosses he made, were too large/high/dangerous when erected. – R.M. Cloonaghgarve. 30/08/16.
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