• Coppeen, A Glimpse of the Past Volume 3

    We are very proud to announce our third book, ‘Coppeen, A Glimpse of the Past Volume 3’ this summer. Launched at the society’s heritage week event, the book is a culmination of many months of hard work from our authors, researchers and designers. The book’s articles are listed below. THE COPPEEN GOLD HOARD Anthony Barrett […]

HERITAGE WEEK EVENT 2017 – Wed, 23rd Aug.

CAHCS has consistently held a Heritage Week event each year since our formation. This year we are looking at a very interesting topic; our local place names and their meanings, with a particular focus on the relationship between our natural environment and place names.  We often wonder about the deeper meanings of our townland names. […]

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Historical Book on Murragh

‘Murragh a Place of Graves’ revealing Bandon River changes, giving evidence of a Tumulous (ancient burial ground) and a record of old graves and headstones inscriptions has been published by Ballineen Enniskeane and Newcestown voluntary groups and will be launched on Sunday 30th July at 3pm in the BEDA Hall. Huge time and effort has […]

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KINNEIGH GRAVEYARD

As most of us from the locality know, Kinneigh Round Tower and Graveyards and St Bartholomew’s Church of Ireland make up a very unique and special place. Throughout the year, but especially in the summer a constant stream of people visit here. The Church of Irl. Graveyard is a relatively modern one, and is regularly […]

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