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The Queen of Pretania – the Brytenwalda

Main Street, Conlig, where I learned everything I know. The Telephone Kiosk  is beside my house. My two sisters and I are on the right. Today Queen Elizabeth celebrates the 63rd year of her accession to the British throne, making her the longest reigning monarch in British history, the previous serving being her great-great grandmother Queen Victoria, who died in 1901. …

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Crewe Hill & Monkstown Graveyard

Please lick the following link for a report on our recent trip to Crewe Hill & Monkstown Graveyard

The Dalaradia Burns Supper – Ian Adamson OBE

“Tonight, as Patron of the Dalaradia Historical group , I attended, with my colleague in Pretani Associates, Helen Brooker, the Second Annual Dalaradia Burns Supper at Whiteabbey Masonic Centre, Newtownabbey..The Dalaradia Burns Supper is unique in that it focuses on the local Dalaradian poet James Orr of Ballycarry and his work. James Orr (1770 – …

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The Launch of the Bible in Plain Scots 21/1/15

For more information on The Launch of the Bible in Plain Scots by the Ullans Academy please click the following link:

Scotland Study Trip report 19/1/2015

Please lick the following link for a report on our recent Scotland Study Trip

Dalaradia Study Tour of Dumbarton Rock by Dr Ian Adamson OBE

  At least as far back as the Iron Age, Dumbarton Rock, which the Dalaradia group are visiting  with Pretani Associates, has been the site of a strategically important settlement. Its early residents were known to have traded with the Romans. The presence of a settlement is first recorded in a letter Saint Patrick wrote to …

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Update: 9th Janurary 2014

“Northern Ireland is an equal part of the United Kingdom – Put the Union Flag on our driving licenses. Responsible department: Department for Transport We believe that Northern Ireland is an equal part of the United Kingdom, and that it is just as British as England, Scotland or Wales. We call on Claire Perry MP, …

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About Us

Welcome, Dalaradia slowly evolved from the peace process as a vehicle for  working class loyalists in Co Antrim, many of whom were ex combatants, to engage in the transformation of our communities after the troubles. The group sought to explore all aspects of common identity in the belief that with the true understanding of our …

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