• Coppeen Heritage Trail

    The long awaited Coppeen Heritage Trail was officially launched at the society’s annual heritage week event. For years, visitors have often passed by the general catchment area of Coppeen, missing out in some of our country’s most important archaeological and historical sites. With the Coppeen Heritage Trail, visitors to the area can easily plot out […]

Talk on history of stained glass windows in West Cork churches – by Finola Finlay – Wed 8th May, at 8pm in St Joseph’s Church, Castletown Kinneigh.

Talk on history of stained glass windows in West Cork churches Most of us see stained glass windows in our churches but do we really look at them? How are they made? Who made them? What do they mean? What do they tell us about our past? Enniskeane Parish with Coppeen Archaeological, Historical and Cultural […]

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“1918 – Victory, Virus & Votes” – by GERRY WHITE, Wed 3rd April, 8:30pm

The ever-popular Gerry White comes to Coppeen on Wednesday 3rd April to present his lecture ‘1918 – Victory, Virus & Votes’ which documents the Allied victory in World War I, the Spanish/Big/Black ‘Flu and the 1918 General Election. This promises to be another gripping illustrated presentation from Gerry, so we eagerly look forward to it. […]

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‘The Whiddy Island Tanker Disaster’ Paddy O’Sullivan – 6th March

CAHCS presents ‘The Whiddy Island Tanker Disaster’ A new illustrated lecture by Paddy O’Sullivan, on this the 40th anniversary year of the Betelgeuse disaster. Paddy is including some amazing new underwater images. Not to be missed! Wed 6th March, An Caipín, at 8:30pm.  Admission €5 for non-members, inc teas. Everybody welcome.

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