• 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 […]

Dr Bernadette McCarthy: on ‘Historic postboxes of the Coppeen region in context’

On Wed 4th Dec, Coppeen Archaeological, Historical & Cultural Society welcomes Dr Bernadette McCarthy to An Caipín. Bernadette works in the fields of archaeological research & historic building survey and is also a published writer. She will speak on ‘Historic postboxes of the Coppeen region in context’ This illustrated presentation discusses the form of historic […]

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Diarmuid O’Mathuna GAA Club; an idea that became a reality. Wed. 6th Nov. – SEAMUS COAKLEY

CAHCS presents a talk by local man Seamus Coakley. Seamus is the author of ‘From the Cowpath to the Flyer Nyhan’ a history of the Diarmuid O’Mathuna GAA Club. Seamus will speak about the Castletown / Coppeen area before the formation of the GAA club, and the athletic meetings and events of those days, plus […]

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FILM EVENING at CAHCS. Wed. 2nd October.

Tim Crowley of the Michael Collins Centre, Castleview Clonakilty recently made a film entitled ‘Shadows’ This production, 100% homegrown, shot in West Cork, using all West Cork actors, is a treat which will be served at An CaipIn on Wednesday 2nd October. On this same night, Tim’s brother Tom will also show a film he […]

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