• 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 […]

CAHCS Heritage Week Event: ‘A Smithy Reborn’ 23rd Aug. 3-5pm.

2 years of hard work by CAHCS bears fruit on Sunday 23rd August.  The Old Forge, owned by the Cross family, which, 2 years ago was little more than a ruin, will once again ring with the sound of the anvil.  The building has been completely renovated, some of it knocked to the ground with […]

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Visitor Information Signage at Coppeen Village

On Sunday 7th June 2015, two information signs were unveiled in Coppeen.  Coppeen Waymarked Walks were started in 2005 and today, these four themed walking routes are getting ever more popular.  The Fuchsia, The Fern, The Heather and the Gorse are all relatively easy quiet walks, offering beautiful unspoilt scenery.  A map to guide visiting […]

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CAHCS Annual Evening Outing

CAHCS is planning an evening outing to Rosscarbery on Sunday evening 14th June.  We meet in the Celtic Ross car park at 3pm.  Author and Historian Michael O’Mahony will take our group on a guided tour of Rosscarbery, after which we adjourn to the Celtic Ross Hotel for dinner.  If you would like to join […]

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