Annual General Meeting Friday 18th September 2015 at 7.30pm. St. Mary’s Parish Centre, Cushendall. This year the AGM will be followed by a musical recital. Our Chairman Frank Rogers will then launch The Glynns volume 43. The evening will conclude with light refreshments.
This months talk is not the talk previously advertised. Instead the subject of the Glens of Antrim Historical Society in St Mary’s Parish Centre, Cushendall on Friday 24th April at 8.30pm is ‘Mythconceptions in Irish History’. It takes the form of a light-hearted, yet challenging, illustrated talk looking at some of the myths, legends, misconceptions, … Read more
The society is holding a fundraising table quiz in Ballycastle Golf on Friday 27th March at 8.30pm. Admission is £3 and includes light refreshment, all proceeeds raised will go towards the publication of our 50th anniversary book later this year. Your support would be very much appreciated
Felix.M.Larkin will discuss the legacy of John Fitzgerald Kennedy and will reflect on JFK’s contribution to U.S national and international affairs at the height of what history now calls ‘The Cold War’.Felix M. Larkin is the academic director of the Parnell Summer School. A graduate of University College Dublin, he is a retired public servant … Read more
The Glens of Antrim Historical Society Office Bearers: 2017/2018 Chairperson: Mr Iain Bradley Vice-Chair: Mr Leonard Quigg Secretary: Mr Dominic O’Loan Treasurer: Miss Eileen Mc Auley Contact Us: The Old Schoolhouse 25 Mill Street, Cushendall County Antrim BT44 0RR e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Web address: www.antrimhistory.net … Read more
Editorial Note. The following article is the text of a lecture given by the late Hugh Alexander Boyd M.A. M.Lit. M.Phil. M.A.(Ed) H.DipEd. (1907-1996) at St. Mary Star of the Sea Secondary School on the occasion of Ballycastle Civic Week in August 1968. We are grateful to Mrs Pearl Boyd for her permission to print … Read more
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When Jimmy and Honor Irvine came to live in Lemnalary House near Carnlough they brought new life to that historic house and at the same time enlivened the Glens of Antrim Historical Society, of which both were Life Members. While the records of the Society underline Jimmy’s vast contribution to its development, from his … Read more
The Society wishes to thank the following for their excellent lectures: Miss Bairbre O’Floinn Of Foxes and Fishermen 21.9.1990 Dr. Richard McMinn Bread and Circuses 19.10.1990 Mr. Jim Busby Countryside Conservation 16.11.1990 Mr. Trevor Parkhill Arthur Dobbs: Colonial Undertaker and Governor of North Carolina 14.12.1990 Mr. Michael Coulter Architecture and Industry of Rathlin 18.1.1991 … Read more
The Society wishes to thank the following for their excellent lectures: Mr Eull Dunlop James Carter’s Journal 15.9.1989 Mr. Ernie Cromie Military Aircraft Crashes in North Antrim 20.10.1989 Mr. Hugh A. Boyd Memories of Cushendall 17.11.1989 Mr. T. Blackman The Changing Agenda for Town & Country Planning 15.12.1989 Mr. Jon Marshall The … Read more