The society office in The Old Schoolhouse, 25 Mill Street, Cushendall will open from 10.30am to 12.30pm Tuesday to Friday from 1st November. Come in and look around our bookshop, as well as the large selection of new books and The Glynns journal we now stock many used local history books priced from as little … Read more
The Glens of Antrim Historical Society, will hold a fund raising quiz in Ballycastle Golf Club on Friday 26th October at 8pm. The quiz has been organised by Leonard and Joan Quigg and hopefully will raise much needed funds to help run the society and publishing The Glynns. Everyone is welcome to attend.
CUSHENDALL GOLF CLUB: To celebrate and commemorate 80 glorious years of the Golf Club’s history, a limited edition, hardback book titled. “CUSHENDALL GOLF CLUB – Jewel of the Glens” will be launched on Friday 13th July at 8.pm in Cushendall Golf Club. Following the launch light refreshments will be served and the author Mr Denis … Read more
The GLYNNS Volume 45 £10.00 Now available in the Glens of Antrim Historical Society Office Cushendall and McLister’s Newsagents Ballycastle. Did you know that you can also order The Glynns 45 to … Read more
The Glens of Antrim Historical Society Invites you to the 2017 AGM on: Friday 22nd September at 8.00pm in: St. Mary’s Parish Centre, Cushendall Followed by: Refreshments and music by Seamus Mc Lean Launch of The Glynns Vol. 45 to follow All Welcome
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The Glens of Antrim Historical Society Office Bearers: 2018/2019 Chairperson: Mr Iain Bradley Vice-Chair: Mr Leonard Quigg Secretary: Mr Dominic O’Loan Treasurer: Miss Eileen Mc Auley Publications: Miss Catriona Duncan Contact Us: The Old Schoolhouse 25 Mill Street, Cushendall County Antrim BT44 0RR e-mail: … Read more
Full Index of The Glynns Volumes 1-45 now available online. INDEX of THE GLYNNS Vol. 1 PENAL MASS SITES IN THE GLENS The Rev. Patrick Mc Kavanagh. Discovering the old Mass sites in Glenravel, Cushendall, Cushendun, Glenariffe. Some sites known because of their Irish names eg Knockanaffrin in Glenravel; carved … Read more
‘My Life as a journalist and broadcaster’ by Roisin McAuley Lee. Roisin will look back at the last 50 years in Northern Ireland from the perspective of a journalist and broadcaster. The talk will take place in St Mary’s Parish Centre Cushendall on Friday 24th March at 8.30pm. Everyone welcome.