History Group Meets

Waringstown Historical Society (WHS) has this week launched its programme for 2014.  The group began meeting last year and has gone from strength to strength showing that an interest in local history is alive and well in Waringstown.

WHS was established by Waringstown Community Development Association to bring people together through a shared passion for local history.  The new programme sets out a full programme of meetings across a wide range of topics.  A copy of the programme and details of how to join the group can be obtained from www.waringstown.org

A spokesperson for Waringstown Community Development Association said, "We are delighted by the interest shown in this project by the local community.  The first meeting of 2014 will be on 9 January at 7.30pm in Waringstown Cricket Club.  The topic will be 'The Canals of Northern Ireland'.  Membership is £12 for the year and all are welcome.  Come along and get
involved!"

January meeting of the Historical Society

The January meeting of the Historical Society had a fascinating talk from Brian Cassels on the Canals of NI. The February meeting will be on the topic of Steam in Armagh and Down and will take place on 13 February at 7.30pm in Waringstown Cricket Club

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Names on the Waringstown War Memorial

Waringstown Community Development Association Historical Society

Invites you to our next meeting which will take place on:

Thursday 24 October 2013
At 7.30 pm
in the Planters' Tavern, Waringstown

Topic:
Names on the Waringstown War Memorial

All Welcome.

Waringstown Community

Development Association

 

Historical Society

 

Invites you to our next meeting which will take place on:

 

 

Thursday 24 October 2013

At 7.30 pm

in the Planters’ Tavern, Waringstown

 

Topic:

Names on the Waringstown War Memorial

 

 

All Welcome.