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18/5/17 Heads up programme

18/5/17 Heads Up programme

Annual Memorial Day parade

On Saturday 13th May Dalaradia attended the Red Hand Comrades Association ‘D’ Company Annual Memorial Day parade.     The parade formed up at Drumhirk Drive and proceeded to the remarkable memorial garden at Owenroe Drive for a short service. Afterwards there was entertainment in the Kilcooley Community Centre. The patriots blood is the seed …

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Proposals on Past open path to Truth   How we think about the future in Northern Ireland is inevitably informed by the past and the processes and mechanisms we develop to deal with the legacy of the Troubles. This should not be about drawing a line under the past – it is both unfair and inappropriate that we should ask people …

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Congratulations Tony

We would like to congratulate our friend, Pittsburgh University professor Tony Novosel on winning the Chancellor’s Distinguished Public Service Award.     The Chancellor’s letter pulled from all the endorsements Tony got from Northern Ireland including one from a Dalaradia member. Tony is being honored for “the important impact that you have had on communities …

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REACH Project Website Launch

The REACH Project, of which Dalaradia is associated with, has launched their new website.     Please be advised more will be added to the site in the coming weeks/months. The REACH (Renewing – Engaging – Advancing – Community – Hopes) Project Mission Statement To deliver the hopes of the PUL Community. To help …

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27/1/17 – Burns Supper

January 27th marked the groups annual celebration of Scotland’s national poet Robert Burns.   For more info please click the following –

5/1/17 Drug awareness

On 5th January the Dalaradia community group attended a drug awareness night.   For more details please click the following –

Dalaradia hosts President Michael D. Higgins

Yesterday the Dalaradia community group were delighted to host the visit of President Michael D. Higgins to Donegore.   For more details please click the following –

Ulster’s great poet, Sir Samuel Fergusons grave refurbishment

During the month of October our members worked to refurbish the grave of Ulster’s great poet, Sir Samuel Ferguson.   Sir Samuel Ferguson was best known for his poems on the Red Ranch Knights and Congal Claen and came from Ulster Scots grandparents. We twice cleaned the sandstone surround and metal railings around the grave …

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Belfast Blitz exhibition and mural

The group attended the launch of the YRCD hall Belfast Blitz exhibition and mural. For more information please click the following  –