Leo Swan Memorial Lecture 2016

This year's Leo Swan Memorial Lecture will take place in the County Library, Tallaght on Tuesday 13th December at 7:00 p.m. Neil Jackman of Abarta Heritage, who led the recent archaeological project at the Hell Fire Club, will speak about the project and its findings, including the exciting discovery of megalithic art. All welcome! For... Continue Reading →

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Hellfire Hill: a human and natural history

Hellfire Hill: a human and natural history by Michael Fewer has just been published by South Dublin Libraries. Michael Fewer is an architect, environmentalist and writer who has been walking the landscape around Hellfire Hill, or Montpelier, for the past 45 years. He imparts the knowledge he has gained in that time in this, his... Continue Reading →

Stunning New Drone Footage of the Hell Fire Club

The Hell Fire Club is undoubtedly one of the most famous landmarks on the Dublin Mountains skyline, but this stunning new drone footage from Rob Clifford Video gives a whole new perspective on it. https://www.facebook.com/852756374771066/videos/vb.852756374771066/879944575385579/?type=2&theater As well as the fantastic views over the city, the video clearly shows evidence of the ancient past of the site which was originally a... Continue Reading →

History and Heritage 2015 Events

Whilst we are all looking forward to National Heritage Week which runs between 22nd and 30th of August, sometimes, you have to admit, a week is not enough, especially when it relates to something you have a particular interest in. That is why the Library Section of South Dublin County Council have devised a programme... Continue Reading →

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